Imran says struggling for 'one law' for all in Pakistan

PTI chairman reiterated his stance of no compromise with looters in any case

Published: 09:39 PM, 8 Sep, 2022
Imran Khan He addressed a big rally in Multan on Thursday night and said sitting corrupt rulers are controlling Pakistanis through remote and making decisions on the direction of foreign countries
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said he was ready to hold talks with anyone but he would not compromise with looters and corrupt rulers in any case.

He addressed a big rally in Multan on Thursday night and said sitting corrupt rulers are controlling Pakistanis through remote and making decisions on the direction of foreign countries.

He said he will not talk about his contempt case as it is being heard in court but run a video clip of the Nawaz League’s attack on the Supreme Court and Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah in 1997. 

He did a live commentary on this video clip on the Supreme Court attack from Nawaz League and said the law did not punish Nawaz Sharif and his party on this because there are two types of laws in Pakistan, one for the elite class and the other one for poor class.

He said Justice Sajjad Ali Shah was under threat during this attack and later the Nawaz League used the money to get the favour of other judges and no action was taken against the PML-N and its leadership.

Imran Khan added that Nawaz Sharif who was involved in the Supreme Court attack is willing to get a second NRO and end all cases against him to return to Pakistan for coming into power again.

The PTI chairman said he has a belief that Pakistan cannot develop till prevailing justice in the society. He said he was struggling for the one law for all in Pakistan.

Imran said Allah Almighty has given wings to Pakistanis as the best creation on earth so there is no need for us to crawl on the earth like ants.

He said his party leaders, MNAs, MPAs, media team, and journalists are receiving threats to betray him. He asked the people that they should not feel fear if they want to become a great nation.

Criticizing the government for postponing the by-elections in 13 constituencies including nine seats where he was also contesting from PTI as a candidate, Imran said the rulers’ “Kampain Tangni shuru ho chuki hain”.

He challenged that the rulers have escaped from elections but it is confirmed they will be defeated whenever by-elections will be held despite their all tactics of rigging including the role of Mr X.

Earlier, PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Mehar Bano Qureshi and other leaders also addressed the rally and paid tribute to Imran Khan for joining them in Multan. 

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