July 17 by-elections to decide country's fate: Imran Khan

By: News Desk
Published: 07:50 PM, 13 Jul, 2022
July 17 by-elections to decide country's fate: Imran Khan
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Former prime minister Imran Khan has said that the PTI workers will stand firm on principle.

“We will not tolerate disloyalty. The PTI has no room for lotas and disloyal as they bow to America for the sake of money and let the imported government rule, he said while addressing a public meeting in Jhang.

“We believe in Allah. We are followers of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) who was Sadiq and Ameen.

“Our leaders are Allama Iqbal and Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. We could not make Pakistan as they dreamt and envisaged, we did not follow in the footsteps of our leaders.”

The PTI chief said the July 17 by-polls on 20 vacant seats in the Punjab Assembly will decide the fate of the country.

He added: “Sunday’s election will decide the fate of the country. We have to save our country from the US slaves by bringing people to the polling stations to reject these turncoats."

Criticizing the present government, the former PM said the corrupt rulers were involved in giving bribes to the returning officers (ROs) and cast bogus votes. 

“We are training our polling agents to stop the vote-rigging. Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) has never done anything in an honest way. 

“We are not only contesting the turncoats but the Sharif families and the election commission.

"Nawaz Sharif constructed 18 factories by acquiring funds from the government banks and waived off the loans after coming into power.”

He alleged that the chief election commissioner (CEC) held secret meetings with Hamza Shehbaz and Maryam Nawaz, whereas, ‘Mr X’ was also preparing to facilitate ‘thieves’ to win the Punjab by-polls.

“We have to win this match despite the opposition of the umpires. I will return to Jhang for celebrations after winning the by-polls on Sunday.”

“Thieves have got rid of their corruption cases by amending the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) law.

"There are corruption cases worth Rs20 billion against the present prime minister and his son.

“Mir Jafars and Mir Sadiqs have been imposed on the nation. If these thieves will be allowed to rule, they will loot the country again.”

Imran Khan appealed to the nationals to completely reject the turncoats and corrupt rulers in the decisive Punjab by-elections on July 1a