Pakistan PM Imran Khan addresses huge rally, says opposition is using money to topple his government
A group of people gathered in support of Pakistan’s current Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Sunday evening ahead of a crucial vote of no-confidence in the National Assembly on Monday.
As a huge crowd gathered at Imran Khan’s power rally in Islamabad, the Pakistani Prime Minister was heard saying, “I came into politics 25 years ago for one thing, and that is to follow the vision of Pakistan for which it has to be.” was created.”
Claiming that his government has given the most in these 3.5 years, the cricketer-turned-politician said in his speech at the massive rally, “No government in the history of Pakistan has given as much as my government in these 3.5 years.” Have given.”
Attacking former prime ministers Nawaz Sharif, General Pervez Musharraf, who have offshore bank accounts, London properties, Khan said, “Three rats were looting the country for the last 30 years.”
Addressing a rally in Islamabad ahead of the no-confidence motion to be moved against him tomorrow, Khan said,Humkumat goes, goes to life, goes to life, I will never forgive them (Government will sacrifice more lives, but will not forgive ‘these criminals’).”
Meanwhile, religious voices intensified in the speeches of the speakers since noon. The rally started with a musical song.Allah happened”, followed by more musical tributes glorifying PTI. People were waiting for PM Khan since morning at Islamabad Parade Ground for this rally. Khan has called the rally a “fight for Pakistan’s future”.
slogans likewho will save pakistan (Who will save Pakistan)” was raised by successive speakers as people in front of the stage, for as long as the eye can see, came back with “Imran Khan”.
The rally has been calledAmar Bill Maroof“Which is a teaching verse of the Qur’an which means “Command the good, forbid the evil.”
Incidentally, the opposition’s march from different cities led by the People’s Party of Pakistan (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) is also going to reach Islamabad today.
He said, ‘Today is the fight of Pakistan, not of PTI; This is a fight for the future of our nation,” Prime Minister Imran Khan said in a message issued hours before the gathering, jio tv, He urged citizens wishing to take part in the rally to leave their homes early as the roads would be crowded and blockade.
PM Imran Khan said, ‘We are going to create history today.
Meanwhile, the march of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, which started from Lahore on Saturday, will reach Islamabad today. PML-N vice-president Maryam Nawaz said the Imran Khan-led government had “already ousted” and the opposition was going to Islamabad to say “goodbye” to the prime minister.
Imran Khan’s party PTI may face a no-confidence motion in the National Assembly. The session has been called on 28 March. After the PPP’s long march in Islamabad, the opposition moved a no-confidence motion against the Khan-led government on March 8.
The opposition is confident that its proposal will be taken forward as several PTI MLAs have come out openly against PM Imran Khan. As the crucial no-confidence motion draws closer and the political alliance remains uncertain, at least 50 ministers of the ruling party have gone ‘missing’.
The Pakistani National Assembly has a total of 342 members, with a majority mark of 172.
(with inputs from agencies)
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