Islamabad: In a special message to the people of Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan has invited the nation to participate in the March 27 power show of Pakistan Tehreek Insaf.
Referring to the political situation unravelling in Pakistan after the opposition submitted a no-trust motion against the Premier in the parliament, Imran Khan said in the message that the opposition was openly making bids of crores of rupees to buy the loyalty of government lawmakers and convince them to vote against Imran Khan on the day of voting on the no-trust motion.
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Quoting a verse of the Holy Quran, Imran Khan said Allah orders us to “stand with good and against evil.”
Imran Khan also said that he wants the whole country to know that no one would dare to endanger the democracy and people of this nation by indulging in horse-trading in the future.
“will not resign at any cost”
Earlier Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan had said that he would not step down under any circumstances and claimed that he would emerge victorious from this no-confidence motion issue. This he said while talking to journalists in Islamabad on Wednesday. He said he will show his trump card a day before voting on a no-confidence motion against him.
“The politics of opposition is going to end and the allies will announce support to the PTI-led government after a public rally of March 27,” PM Imran said.
“The fight has just begun, I will emerge victorious in this battle,” PM Imran Khan vowed.
The premier said he enjoys good relations with the Pakistan Army and also clarified that his remarks about neutrality were misinterpreted and said that he made the remarks in the context of ordering virtue and stopping the vice.
Talking about PDM and JUI-F Head, the premier said that Maulana Fazlur Rehman is the 12th player and now it is now time to remove him from the team.
Responding to a question regarding working with PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif, PM Imran ruled out the possibility and added that the opposition has united at one front just to save their corruption.