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Imran to announce Punjab, KP assemblies dissolution date on Dec 17

No institution is island that it will survive after country goes going down, PTI Chairman

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said that he has completed consultations and in a large gathering of the party at Liberty Chowk on December 17th, he will announce the date to dissolve the Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assemblies and announce elections.

Addressing through a video link he said that apart from this the 125 members of the National Assembly, will stand in front of the Speaker in the National Assembly for acceptance of their resignations and then elections will be held in about 70 percent of Pakistan.

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He said that whenever there was a difficult time the corrupt ruling elite will again take the sack bed and go out. He said that today he had held a meeting of their senior leaders and discussed the important issues.

Imran Khan said that the issues had reached such a level that if they will not take action then the country could suffer a huge loss. He said that the economy was going towards destruction because there was no rule of law in Pakistan. He said that cases were also going to be filed against GEO Group in Dubai, USA and UK.

He said that it was sad that Suleman Shehbaz after coming back was garlanded, after that he held a press conference that how much injustice had been done to him. He said that it was very sad that the cases of Asif Zardari’s sister Faryal Talpur were also forgiven.

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Imran Khan said that the first principle of the economy was that there should be political stability because the economy could never run in this society. He claimed that Pakistan’s credit risk has increased to 100 percent.

Chairman PTI said that he was addressing all the institutions of Pakistan and that what was going to happen will affect everyone. He said that no institution was an island that the country was going down but that island will be saved. He said that sadly the whole country will go down.

He said that he wanted the establishment to be neutral so that the dignity of the establishment goes up. He also said that don’t interfere the way General (retd) Bajwa ruthlessly did in our politics. He said that open enmity was done with them.

He said, “I salute the High Courts of Quetta and Sindh for the way they have taken a stand on it.”



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