Mirpur Jalsa details speech:
The PTI chief was addressing a rally in Mirpur, Azad Kashmir, before March 29 by-polls.
Responding, MQM chief Altaf Hussain called the PTI chairman’s claims a ‘threat’, while party’s Rabita Committee stated his claims “are not tolerable at any cost”.
“Imran Khan is wishing for overtaking Karachi, while using help of the establishment,” the Rabita Committee’s announcement added.
More, the party in its quick response stated that Imran was contradicting himself, by stating similarly that his rally informs him of the MQM rally, while on another hand persons are required to attend MQM rallies.
“Imran Khan doesn’t have sympathy with Kashmiri persons and rather than discussing their problems; Imran prefered low-cost promotion by speaking against a political chief and not regarding the Kashmir problem,” the declaration added.
“Go Nawaz Go is going to take place,” Imran said.
The PTI chief was dealing with a rally in Mirpur, Azad Kashmir, in before by-polls scheduled to be held in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) on March 29.
Responding to to the people, the PTI chief stated Mirpur might have its own local government. “Mirpur may have its own local government that can make judgments on its own,” he said. “The local government of Mirpur may look like that of Switzerland,” he added.
“The time has arrive for all of you to be totally free. Stand up for your legal rights, take your legal rights if you need to,” Imran said.
The PTI chief furthermore stated that previous president Asif Zardari and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif are in some kind of ‘partnership’, that they promised to destroy.
“Corrupt politicians hold their cash overseas in countries such as Dubai,” Imran said.
“Recently, a lady was caught because she has been transporting $500,000 to Dubai. This can be a 40th time somebody from Pakistan has transported a massive amount of cash like this overseas,” he said, talking about model Ayyan’s current arrest.
Imran informed his followers that in the next elections, they must prefer politicians which cash is invested in Pakistan, instead of countries overseas.
”Politicians like Zardari and Nawaz Sharif utilize their ability to obtain cash. This really is unlawful,” he said.