Gen (retd) Bajwa committed cruelty to the country by granting NRO-II to the gang of corrupt elements: Imran Khan
Says Allah had made jihad obligatory on all Muslims so that everyone stood against oppression and injustice
Says PM Shehbaz begging money from everyone’ putting the country on the brink of default
LAHORE ( Web News )
Former prime minister and Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan while criticizing the incumbent government, has said that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif was begging money from everyone’ putting the country on the brink of default.
While addressing the students via video line from Lahore, Imran Khan further said that dollars had made the rulers slave and added they were coward. The PTI chairman said that he wanted to transform Pakistan an Islamic state and continued, “We are hopeful of the youth. Youth will bring the country to its required stage. World will respect us when Pakistanis will respect themselves.”
The PTI chairman noted Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said that he was forced to beg the money whereas they send their money abroad and demanding others for assistance. He said the thieves were not respected anywhere besides they put respect of the whole nation in danger.
He said indeed fear is the element which stops us from achieving our targets and added due to it a man is forced to quit his dreams. The bad time tests the nation, he said, and added that in such a time they fix their mistakes.
The former prime minister said he had not bowed down before anyone since day one and continued he was an independent human being, not resorting to slavery of anyone. He also appealed to the nation to make it free from the influence of anyone, saying “we need to fix our mistakes. No human being goes to height abruptly. He is conquered when he quits his struggle.”
Imran Khan said that independent minds make autonomous decisions and their flights were always higher and added minds of slaves couldn’t think higher. He deplored, “we became part of someone else war and sacrificed our about 80,000 of our people. Thieves enjoy no respect.” Lambasting the rulers, he noted they were living in the homes valuing billions of rupees and begging money from abroad.
All the countries who gained freedom they had to give a number of sacrifices, he said and deplored the rulers didn’t adopt the path of doing hard work but they always resorted to foreign assistance for running the country which was indeed a path of destruction.
He said the hard times build a nation and added they have to make Pakistan an independent country. He said that freedom and prosperity depend upon the spirit of justice and noted the rule of ‘might is right’ prevails in the society of animals where cruelty was inflicted upon the already oppressed segments of the society whereas justice is given in the society of humans.
Imran Khan maintained higher is the delivery of justice in the society the higher is the pace of its development. In Sindh, he said cruelty inflicted upon the farmers with no other example across the world. Only provision of justice could pave a way towards prosperity of the country, he said and added all the advanced societies were equipped with the element of justice.
The “gang of corrupts” were getting clean chits nowadays under the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) II granted to them by former chief of army staff General (retd) Qamar Javed Bajwa, claimed Imran Khan. Imran Khan said that Gen (retd) Bajwa committed cruelty to the country by granting NRO-II to the gang of corrupt elements.
Lashing out at the former army chief, the PTI reiterated that his government was toppled under a conspiracy and thieves were imposed on the country.
Imran Khan said: “Salman Shehbaz, who was an absconder in Maqsood Chaprasi (a peon at the Ramzan Sugar Mills) case, has also returned and given lectures to us, while Nawaz Sharif is planning to return (homeland).”
Cases against Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Dr. Faryal Talpur had been quashed, the prime minister added. “Justice rules in human society, while the rule of power prevails in a society of animals,” he added. The former prime minister noted that justice brings prosperity to society.
The former prime minister said only justice could liberate a nation and pledged to continue his struggle for ‘real independence’ till his last breath. He said Allah had made jihad obligatory on all Muslims so that everyone stood against oppression and injustice. “As long as there is lawlessness in society, the strong will continue to oppress the weak,” he added.
Imran Khan claimed that tax collection and employment rate were record high during the PTI’s government, adding that now a ‘cabal of crooks’ had been imposed on the masses.
Earlier in the day, Imran Khan also completed consultation on the legal aspects for the dissolution of the Punjab and KP assemblies. The legal experts in their briefing said the governor could not delay the advice of the assembly’s dissolution and after 48 hours of sending a summary to the governor, the assembly would be considered dissolved.