Islamabad: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is now launching an anti-government campaign to overthrow the ruling government and faces a serious explosion of coalition opposition parties.
The Pakistani Democracy Movement (PDM), an opposition ally of the Pakistani Democratic Movement (PDM), showed off its public power as the Pakistani Democracy Movement (PDM), consisting of at least 11 parties, held a massive rally in Gujranwala City, Punjab, on Friday, with opposition leaders speaking in a packed place .
The PDM warned that the era of the Khan’s government was flooded with opposition and that the people were not ready to tolerate what they called the “Incompetent Choice Government”.
“I am fighting for the companies that were destroyed and the journalists censored during my current government tenure. Journalists who defended the truth were fired from work. Lady Health Workers are demonstrating and demonstrating on the roads of Islamabad.” PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz said.
Regarding the ouster of her father, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, she said, “No one has the right to oust the elected national representative. It is the public who must form and oust the government.”
Speaking of the Panama spill and court orders, Maryam called the Sharif family “Sicillian Mafia” and reminded the court that they would be familiar with “what a mafia really is”.
“Today you (Imran Khan) oppressed the media. That’s why no one talks about your corruption.” She said the government accused the government of taking away press freedom through abduction and forced arrest of journalists.
Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), said Khan has no solution to the problems of the poor. “Imran’s solution to inflation is Tiger Force. The solution to his locust is Tiger Force. The solution to his Covid-19 is Tiger Force,” Bilawal said, mocking the premier volunteers.
In a recent statement by Khan, the civilian government and military agencies are all on the same side, so they enjoy a healthy relationship, Villawal said the two parties should come to the opposition side.
“The selectors and those chosen will have to come to the opposition’s page. Otherwise they will have to go. He promised to end corruption, but instead broke all records of corruption,” claimed PTI’s founding members. Khan and his party were “funded in India”.
The anti-government explosion continued as Maulana Fazlur Rehman, leader of Jamiat-Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), referred to the ruling government as “fake ruler”.
JUI-F leaders said, “Fake rulers will soon face their fate. The democracy sun will soon rise. If you are not vigilant, this government will not see December,” said JUI-F leader.
The opposition’s alliance to the government made a strong start at the Gujranwala rally and plans to host similar anti-government power shows in Karachi, Multan, Lahore and Peshawar in the future.
“Our movement has begun,” Fazl said. I won’t stop now.” “Our movement will only end when constitutional superiority is established.”