Maulana Fazl says Imran Khan’s conspiracy has been failed

By: News Desk
Published: 08:07 PM, 27 Nov, 2022
Maulana Fazl says Imran Khan’s conspiracy has been failed
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Pakistan Democratic Alliance (PDM) head Maulana Fazlur Rehman has claimed that the allied government has succeeded to fail all conspiracies of PTI Chairman Imran Khan aiming to destroy the country, reported 24NewsHd TV channel.

Addressing a public rally at the Dasu district of Kohistan on Sunday, Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman also termed Imran Khan as the ‘biggest conspiracy’ against Pakistan. “There was no conspiracy hatched against Imran Khan rather he was ousted from the power corridor forcibly by allied parties,” he vowed.  

“We not only removed the government but also saved the countries from the nefarious designs of the PTI chief,” he added.   

Fazl also slammed Imran for his long march, claiming that the PTI chief claimed to have gathered one million people but only had 10,000, the JUI-F chief added that a few of them were Grade-IV employees and the rest were police officers in white uniforms.

Maulana Fazl reiterated that when the current government came into power, the country was on verge of default and we had rescued it from bankruptcy, now the country has no fear of default.

Fazl asked Imran Khan to tell his performance of three and a half years to the public, he stopped all the mega investments in the country and brought it to the verge of collapse.

Imran Khan also tried to create a division among the national institutions, he hinted.   

PDM chief also asked Imran Khan about finishing his long march in Rawalpindi and not marching to Islamabad. 

"A fake government was imposed on the country through the rigging, paving the way for political vandalism," he recalled. 

He said that Imran Khan ran off soon after he got shot and that he installed bulletproof windows in his residence. "There were terrorism attempts on me as well, but I am still addressing the public gatherings openly."

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