Time to topple govts through closed doors’ conspiracy over: Asad

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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Central Secretary General Asad Umar urged the people to come out of their houses on July 2 to send a strong message that Pakistan was no longer a country where governments were being changed by conspiring behind closed doors.

PTI has given finishing touch to the preparations for a big and historic protest rally scheduled to be held on July 2 against back-breaking inflation and cruelties unleashed by the imported government. Asad Umar, in his video message on Thursday, urged the people of the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi to ensure their participation in the parade ground on Saturday evening (July 2).

He said that the people of twin cities together with PTI Chairman Imran Khan should give a clear and unequivocal message that it was a changed Pakistan; hence days were gone when elected governments were de-seated by conspiring behind closed doors.

Asad Umar said that after the conspiracy and the subsequent imposition of the imported government, the country has been put into untold problems, as inflation soared unprecedentedly and the country was experiencing the worst power outages. He went on to day that the ruling junta never talked about providing relief to the inflation-ridden masses but increased their hardship and miseries manifolds instead.

“Thieves are being given relief but people are being suffered,” Asad Umar added. He said that the imported government ruined the Pakistan’s economic system, as these thieves did nothing but just closed Rs1,100 billion corruption cases against themselves. He went on to day that the ruling junta never talked about providing relief to the inflation-ridden masses but increased their hardship and miseries manifolds instead. Therefore, he said that it was high time to raise their voice against these cruelties and oppressions and should standby Imran Khan in the parade ground.

 

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