PM Shehbaz says world media supported govt’s view about Imran Khan
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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Thursday said that two stories published in the British weekly, The Economist, had supported the government’s point of view that the former prime minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan was bent upon weakening Pakistan, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
In a tweet, Shehbaz Sharif said that it was written in the Economist that it was the Imran-led PTI government which had backed out of the commitments it had made in its deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Two news stories published in globally respected Economist have validated what we have been saying about Imran Niazi. In its latest issue, the magazine wrote that Niazi "blew up" IMF deal & is "exploiting the disaster to score political points".— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) September 8, 2022
He is out to undermine Pakistan.
“And now he is exploiting the disastrous situation resulting from his own violation of the IMF deal by doing point scoring,” the premier wrote, quoting The Economist.
Rana Sanaullah's tweet
In a tweet, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said “Imran (the champion of U-Turn) is at the height of his political decline. A statement in the morning; Denial of the same in the evening; If you abuse someone at night, forgive him in the morning. Fitna Khan is a constant threat to Pakistan's security. The nation has rejected such a fitna, after Peshawar today even Chishtian (show) is disgrace.”
عمران (U-Turn کا چیمپئن) اپنی سیاسی پستی کے عروج پرہے۔ صبح ایک بیان؛ شام کو اسی کی تردید؛ رات کو ایک کو گالی تو صبح کو اس سے معافی۔ فتنہ خان، پاکستان کی سلامتی کیلئے ایک مستقل خطرہ ہے۔ ایسے فتنے کو قوم مسترد کر چکی، پشاور کے بعد آج چشتیاں سے بھی رسواء-#پاکستان_دشمن_ہوا_مسترد— Rana SanaUllah Khan (@RanaSanaullahPK) September 7, 2022