Not all Pakistanis are cowards like Nawaz Sharif: Imran tells Modi248 views
During his speech, Chairman PTI Imran Khan compared Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif with Pharaohs and former Egyptian military leader Hosni Mubarak.
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He said the staff of residence of the PM, Jati Umra, which is constructed at the cost of Rs600 million, was double the staff of US White House.
“How did PM’s daughter Maryam Nawaz Sharif bought a flat in London, when she did not have money with her as per her statement. It is written in Nawaz’s tax return document that Maryam had no source of income,” he said.
You can see Nawaz Sharif’s documents where he showed Maryam as his dependent, he said.
“People power can beat Pharaohs like they did in the case of Shah Iran and Hosni Mobarak. They (rulers) are spending billions on their security to save ill-gotten wealth. With all the due respect, we ask Supreme Court to take notice of corruption,” he said.
The PTI chief said Nawaz Sharif should be ashamed, if he wanted to live like a king he should spend his own money for that. Why was he spending from public money.
Listen to son of PM Hassan Nawaz’s statement now where he said, his sister owned an offshore company, he said while showing a video clip on a big screen.
Imran Khan had called a meeting of the party’s central leadership at 11.00 am today at his Zaman Park residence to finalize the content of the chairman’s speech.
Imran Khan, speaking to media in Lahore on Thursday, said that the party’s march towards Raiwind will be historic. Khan termed his march as “Dharna Plus”. He went on to say that the corrupt mafia is destroying the country.
He also said that he will give a befitting reply to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi with regard to prevailing tensions between Pakistan and India. “We will give Modi those answers which PM Sharif failed to give,” he claimed.
The organizers of the protest are giving final touches to the arrangements of the PTI political show, which will take place at Adda Plot, around five kilometres’ away from the prime minister’s residence Raiwind Palace.
PTI holding the march to exert pressure on the government to present the prime minister for accountability over the Panama Leaks controversy.
Senior PTI leaders including Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Pervez Khattak, Naeem-ul-Haq and Awami Muslim League President Shaikh Rasheed Ahmed are expected to address the rally apart of the PTI chairman.
Opposition parties Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) and Pakistan Muslim League – Quaid (PML-Q) have distanced them from the PTI’s Raiwind march.
Lahore High Court on Thursday dismissed the petition seeking ban on the Raiwind event, near the family residence of the prime minister. Court granted a conditional permission to the organizers provided the march remains peaceful without creating a situation of the law and order.
The court also asked Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s provincial government to provide well-designed and foolproof security to the participants of the march. Police in Punjab must not harass or arrest any worker or activist of PTI without any charges, the LHC said on Thursday in its judgment.
The court clarified that those who will try to disrupt peace and violate legal parameters during the march should then be dealt accordingly.