Imran Khan addressed a public meeting in Gujarat in the country’s most densely populated Punjab province. During this he threatened the government.
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Former Prime Minister since he lost power in Pakistan Imran Khan Looks pretty aggressive. He is also a constant attacker on the government. Imran had recently alleged that his party workers are facing political persecution in the country. At the same time, now Imran has given a direct warning to the government of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on this matter. In fact, Imran has warned the government that if the political persecution of his party workers continues, he will take out a huge rally till the capital Islamabad.
The Express Tribune newspaper reported on Saturday that Imran Khan addressed a public meeting in Gujarat in the country’s most densely populated Punjab province. Imran said here that the workers of his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party were being unnecessarily targeted ever since he was removed from the post of Prime Minister through a no-confidence motion in April this year. Significantly, in April, a no-confidence motion was brought against Imran in Parliament. However, Imran could not win the no-confidence motion and had to lose his chair.
Justice movement will reach Islamabad: Imran
Imran said, if the current government does not stop targeting PTI supporters, then freedom movement will be carried out till Islamabad. I am warning you (PML-N led government) today that if you continue this political persecution, our justice movement will reach Islamabad and you will not find any hiding place. Imran has intensified attacks against the government after some party workers, including his close aide Shehbaz Gill, were arrested on sedition charges.
Journalist was stripped naked: Imran’s allegation
The 69-year-old PTI president slammed the government for the alleged coercive action on Gill, alleging that he was naked and tortured. Imran said, the government also harassed journalist Jameel Farooqui. They were humiliated by forcing them to be naked. Several cases have also been registered against Haleem Adil. They are also being tortured in jail. In his address given on Friday, the former Prime Minister told the youth that they should work together to improve the judicial system of the country.
Meanwhile, President Arif Alvi on Friday urged political parties to halt their political activities due to the devastating floods, saying things that create divisions within national institutions are not in the interest of the nation. According to the news of the Dawn newspaper, the President also urged all the parties to launch a nationwide campaign to unite the country.
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