Shahbaz will also go to Adiala Jail, claims Imran

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Abdul Khaliq Qureshi

Abbottabad

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan said on Wednesday that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz President Shahbaz Sharif will have to go to Adiala Jail as well — similar to former prime minis-ter Nawaz Sharif, Captain ® Safdar and former premier’s daughter Maryam Safdar.
The PTI chairman was addressing a big rally held at top tourists summer resort of Pakistan known as Nathia Gali, as per his election campaign scheduled ahead of July 25 polls.
Imran alleged that the PML-N leader has registered ‘32 fake cases against him’ just to defame his party’s popularity across the country, but he warned that he will not take notice of such baseless cases as the judiciary was aware about true circumstances being prevailed in the country.
“Not getting positive news regarding the upcoming elections,” said the PTI supremo, adding that people should get out of their homes to vote PTI (Ballah) on upcoming July 25,2018.
He further said that the condition of Galyat has im-mensely changed over time. while“the people of Galyat should tell whether their lives changes or not during the past five years,” Imran added.
He said that after coming into power, his party will make four new tourist spots every falling year.
The PTI chief said that during his tenure in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the party worked for depoliticizing the police, for the sake of provisioning relief to pub-lic at large to some extent.
Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also addressed a gathering in Lala Musa, earlier in the day, Imran said, adding that Bilawal said that Imran Khan is mistaken if he thinks he can scheme his way into becoming the prime minister.
He further said that if Imran was as popular as he thinks he is, he would not have to employ tactics to win the elections.
The PTI chief’s politics is destroying the country adding that a puppet alliance is being formed, claimed Bilawal.
Imran said that PPP had ruled Sindh for a decade but failed to provide clean drinking water to the people of the Sindh province.

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