Shehbaz demands to ban PM’s speeches; terms him 'security risk'
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Opposition Leader in National Assembly and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Thursday demanded to ban the speeches of Prime Minister Imran Khan and termed the premier a security risk for the country, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
Shehbaz claimed PM Imran is trying to destroy the diplomatic relations of the country. He alleged that the premier has targeted Pakistan to save his own rule.
Shehbaz lashed out at the Prime Minister and said that if the premier's speech is over, then he should focus to complete 172 members.
Shehbaz lambasted PM and said that his corruption and incompetence have wreaked havoc on the country economically, socially and externally.
Shehnbaz said that until today's speech, the letter has not been shown to the people or the parliament.
Shehbaz alleged that not showing the letter symbolizes that the premier is as usual lying.
Imran has now brought the matter of the conspiracy letter after his narrative of corruption and Riyasat-e-Madinah, said the leader of the opposition.
Shehbaz claimed that the people have rejected him and all his lies.
The letter, which the premier gave reference in his two-hour long speech at a public gathering and one-hour address to the nation is not a letter at all, Shehbaz claimed.
Shehbaz alleged that a diplomatic cable is presented as a conspiracy.