Nov 2 will decide Pakistan’s fate: Imran Khan

20 Oct, 2016 7:39 pm

FAISALABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said that Islamabad lockdown of November 2 will decide the fate of Pakistan.

While addressing a workers convention in Faisalabad on Thursday, the PTI chairman said that if a corrupt man becomes prime minister, he ruins the morals. Such a corrupt prime minister can neither nab other corrupts nor can he bring the money stolen by Asif Ali Zardari back to the country.

“Which prime minister defames their Army? He (prime minister) told the Indian lobby that he is with them, the Army is a hurdle in building relations. These leaders are saying the same thing that our enemy wants to. They are misrepresenting the national institutions to hide their corruption. They are destroying the country,” he added.

We will make a country where there is a system of justice, Khan said.


He also warned of an outburst if the Sharif government baton charged the protestors.




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