PM Shehbaz Sharif terms Imran Khan’s Abbottabad speech ‘conspiracy against Pakistan’

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2022-05-08 23:36:00

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif (L) and PTI Chairman Imran Khan. — AFP/ Reuters/ File
  • Premier says authorized motion might be taken against the ex-premier for trying to instigate a civil struggle within the nation. 
  • Says Imran Niazi is Mir Jafar and Mir Sadiq of at this time who desires to make Pakistan like Libya and Iraq.
  • Says Imran Khan was “biting the same hand that fed him”.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Sunday termed Imran Khan’s Abbottabad speech “a conspiracy against Pakistan”.

In a press release, the prime minister stated these concocting a story against nationwide establishments have been the true Mir Jaffars and Mir Sadiqs.

Referring to Imran Khan’s speech throughout a rally in Abbottabad, the premier stated that the state of Pakistan, the Structure, and nationwide establishments have been challenged at this time, subsequently, authorized motion might be taken against the PTI chairman.

The premier, within the assertion, additional added that Imran Khan will not be conspiring in politics, however he’s hatching a conspiracy against Pakistan.

“Pakistan cannot be sacrificed on the basis of the ego, arrogance, and lies of one person. First, Imran Niazi conspired to drown Pakistan’s economy and now he is trying to trigger a civil war,” the assertion stated. “The government will crush Imran Niazi’s conspiracy to cause a civil war in the country”.

The prime minister added that “Imran Niazi is the Mir Jafar and Mir Sadiq of today who wanted Pakistan to face the same fate as Libya and Iraq.”

He additional stated that Imran was “biting the same hand that fed him”.

“The 220 million people of Pakistan, the Constitution, and the national institutions are not slaves to one person’s ego. Imran Niazi wants to enslave the masses, but we will not allow him to become the Hitler of Pakistan,” the assertion stated. 

“Imran Niazi lied a lot, but now he has to face the truth.”

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