PM Imran Khan says he feels no threat from opposition’s protest
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he feels no threat from the protest of the opposition. He was addressing a meeting of the government and party spokespersons on Thursday. “Azadi March is the democratic right of the opposition. The demands of Maulana Fazlur Rehman are unacceptable. Why should I resign? Whether I have Surrey Palace or secret accounts?” he said. He said that the court verdict about Nawaz Sharif would be acceptable. “Maulana should tell in which constituencies rigging was done against him,” he said. The prime minister said that country’s top doctors were treating Nawaz Sharif. Meanwhile, the meeting prayed for the recovery of Nawaz Sharif. Sources said that the prime minister had ordered the spokespersons not to issue statements regarding the health of Nawaz Sharif. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan also met a delegation of Ulema and Mushaikh. During the meeting, the prime minister the stressed the need for highlighting national identity and teachings of Sufi saints in addition to introducing the young generation to Islamic identity, traditions and civilization to protect the youth from the onslaught of foreign culture. He said that the life of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) provides the guiding principles for the entire mankind. “We can become true Muslims and achieve real success by pursuing them.” Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the establishment of Seerat chairs in universities is aimed at conducting comprehensive research on the life of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) and Islam to keep the youth and students abreast of this. “If we want to get a place among comity of the nations, we have to follow the golden principles of the State of Madina.” Imran Khan said that developing Pakistan on the pattern of the State of Madina is his long-awaited mission and he had expressed his desire soon after coming to power so that they can move forward to materialize this dream.