Coalition government busy concocting plots against PTI: Imran Khan
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Former premier Imran Khan said Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif-led coalition government has been busy concocting plots against him as it got to know that it can’t win the election against the PTI, 24NewsHD TV channel reported Wednesday.
“The stooges and fugitives know they cannot defeat me in elections. That’s why they are hatching conspiracies to get me disqualified. They have trying to create a clash between the major political party and the institutions,” he said.
He said Chistian was a stronghold of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) but now it ‘belongs to the PTI and expressed gratitude to the people for showing their support to him.
“My speeches have been banned on TVs, yesterday YouTube was down. The international community is laughing at our country,” he said.
No society can progress without the rule of law,” he said and added that he had launched a movement for the independence of the judiciary 26 years ago.
He urged his supporters to follow the teaching of Islam to put the country in the right direction.
He paid tribute to Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Muhammad Iqbal for creating a separate homeland for the Muslims of the subcontinent.
He laid stress on following in the footsteps of the great leaders and said that his party has launched the campaign for real freedom so that Pakistan could be made prosperous as envisaged by the great leaders.
He alleged the Sharif family has been on a looting spree and the plan is being masterminded in London.
The former prime criticised for failure to devise policies to control inflation, saying the corrupt rulers increased rates of electricity from Rs18 per unit to Rs50 per unit plus taxes.