Don’t play with people’s lives with gatherings: Imran to opposition
November 25, 2020 07:26 PM
Prime Minister Imran Khan reiterated opposition will not get any NRO no matter how many public rallies they will conduct despite the COVID-19 spread fears, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
Imran Khan was talking to media persons after having a meeting with Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar in Lahore.
“Opposition should not conduct rallies in the incumbent situation where COVID-19 is surging once again in the country. The opposition will not get any NRO and they should not put lives of the people in danger,” Prime Minister Imran Khan added.
“We will not close our factories and markets and will have to fight COVID-19 like a nation,” the prime minister maintained.
“Even India’s economy is also in bad condition due to COVID-19. In Pakistan, mosques were not closed in the first COVID-19 wave,” he added.
The Prime Minister said while talking to the media in Lahore, “No one will get NRO… rallies and demonstrations will not yield any results. No matter how many rallies you hold, you will not be able to get NRO from us.”
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