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Mistrust among PTI leaders, allies almost over: Haleem Adil

PTI convoy from Karachi to leave for Islamabad today to participate in March 27 gathering

Leader of the Opposition in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh on Thursday said the issue of mistrust among leaders of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and its coalition partners was “almost over”.

Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) and other allies were firmly standing with the PTI, and none of them was withdrawing support to the government, he said while talking to the media after visiting the mausoleum of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah along with PTI lawmakers and workers prior to their departure to Islamabad for participation in the party’s ‘Amr bil Maroof’ public gathering.

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Talking about the no-trust motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, Haleem Adil said the day when the motion would be rejected through votes in the National Assembly would be the day of satisfaction for the people. About the position of disgruntled PTI MNAs, he said there were mixed signals, and the party would take steps when they would openly come forward.

He said that a PTI caravan would leave Karachi for Islamabad today (Friday) to take part in the public gathering. He said the reason for paying a visit to the Quaid’s Mausoleum was to reiterate the commitment with the cause of PTI leader and Prime Minister Imran Khan, who was striving to save Quaid’s Pakistan from corruption and plunder of thieves.

In his message, Imran Khan urged the people of Pakistan to stand with the truth and challenge the vice, Haleem Adil said, and termed the public gathering of March 27 “the day that will draw a line between truth and falsehood”.

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“We are starting our journey … from the mausoleum of the founder of Pakistan because Quaid-i-Azam achieved Pakistan under the slogan of ‘La Illah illallah’ and we are here to refresh the spirit of patriotism,” he said.

The first caravan of Sindh will leave Sohrab Goth this morning, while departure of other caravans will continue until tomorrow (Saturday), he said, and added that people from all over Sindh would attend the meeting. He said people from across Pakistan had started arriving in Islamabad on their own.

“Past rulers did not value Pakistan, a gift from God, and due to their flawed policies and personal aims, Pakistan kept getting weak,” Haleem Adil said, adding that Imran Khan attached great value to the homeland and his denial phrase of “absolutely not” and refusal to allow drones and bases had become the voice of the nation. He added that Imran Khan raised a strong voice against the issue of Islamophobia at the United Nations.

Haleem Adil said that the people who plundered national exchequer had been exposed before the nation and they had joined hands against Imran Khan.

He said that most of the political parties in Pakistan had a private militia or armed wing in violation of law of the land, but the PTI was the only political organisation that did not have any such arrangement, as it did not believe in bullets, bombs and brutality. He said all PTI workers were part of the “civil defense force” of Imran Khan and Pakistan.



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