Imran’s another countdown on govt shutdown


Modi cannot silence Pakistan with guns and bullets

Staff Reporter

Lahore—Chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan has given a final ultimatum to PML-N government saying it’s time for them to pack up and go home. He also came hard on India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his wishful thinking of going into confrontation with Pakistan.
The PTI chief was speaking at a mammoth gathering of PTI leaders and supporters on Raiwind Road Friday evening. Imran Khan made his final call for Nawaz government to leave any time before Muharram.
“I will not let Nawaz Sharif run the government if he doesn’t present himself for inquiry till Muharram,” he said. “It is an open and shut case against you”.
Khan used the rally in Raiwind that was aimed at forcing the government to hold an inquiry into Panama Papers Revelations as a plate forum to convey “a message” to Modi in the backdrop of rising tensions between Islamabad and New Delhi.
He said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has disappointed both the people of his country and Pakistan by proving himself a bigot who wants to suppress others with use of force and arrogance.
He said Mr Sharif delivered his speech at the United Nation halfheartedly. “Even Narendra Modi said Nawaz Sharif was forced to make such a speech,” Khan said.
“Issue of Kashmir has to be resolved,” he said and condemned Indian atrocities against people of Kashmir.
“Entire nation is united and we stand by our armed forces,” he said and added that he had always opposed wars and use of military to resolve issues.
“I was opposed to sending military to Waziristan… I took to streets in London along with millions of people against US invasion of Iraq. I opposed the war in Afghanistan,” the PTI chairman said and asked Indian prime minister to work for the betterment of his people as war would not benefit either country.

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