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PM focuses on March 27 rally, sees it as game changer

Asks people to ‘come out for the sake of youth, your children and next generations’

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said the nation would bury the politics of loot, plunder and subservience on March 27 in Islamabad, and build a corruption-free and sovereign “new Pakistan”.

Addressing a huge public gathering, the prime minister said that on the “coffin” of the politics of “three stooges”, a reference to the three main opposition leaders, the people would build the new Pakistan with reformed systems transforming the country into a great nation. “Come out for the sake of youth, your children and next generations. Come out to tell the three stooges that the whole nation stood by the truth,” he told the charged gathering holding the flags of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

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He said the sole objective of the opposition’s no-confidence motion is to seek the withdrawal of corruption cases against their corrupt leaders, but they would bite the dust. “It would be the biggest treason if I pardoned them,” he exclaimed. Imran said that being the country’s future, the youth should choose between good and evil on March 27, referring to the PTI’s public meeting scheduled on the day at the Parade Ground of Islamabad.

The prime minister said an illicit trade of loyalties was going on in Islamabad where the parliamentarians are being offered Rs200-Rs250 million each to buy their loyalties in support of the no-confidence motion. “Will these three stooges succeed?” the prime minister questioned the gathering, which shouted “No”. He said by issuing statements in support of the European Union and against his categorical stance of “absolutely not”, Shehbaz Sharif was all set to become the prime minister, but he would face disappointment as days of the Sharifs’ corruption were gone.

He paid tribute to MNA Saleh Muhammad for rejecting the opposition’s offer “and proving himself a man of faith and trust”. Imran Khan said it was his government that spearheaded the Muslim world at the United Nations to adopt a resolution for the designation of March 15 as an International Day to Combat Islamophobia. He said the West used to hurt the sentiments of 1.5 billion Muslims in the garb of freedom of speech, and hoped that the UN resolution would bring an end to that practice.

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He told the gathering that Pakistan would rise as a great nation and the Green Passport would earn respect if it truly followed the principles of the State of Madina, including justice, public welfare and sovereignty. Pakistan, he said, would emerge as an example, particularly among the Muslim world. He said the politicians having wealth abroad can never raise their voices against other countries.



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