Imran Khan's rallies are as empty as his head, claims Shehbaz Sharif

PML-N president says Nawaz Sharif and Maryam have gone to Adiala Jail as a sacrifice to the people of Pakistan

News Desk July 19, 2018
Shehbaz was addressing a rally in Pindi Gheb where he drew the PTI chief into his line of fire. PHOTO: EXPRESS/FILE

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Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif has claimed that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan's party rallies are as empty as the former cricketer's head.

Shehbaz was addressing a rally in Pindi Gheb, Attock where he drew the PTI chief into his line of fire.

Speaking with regard to the ousted prime minster Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz's incarceration, he said, "Your leader [Nawaz] and his daughter have gone to Adiala jail as a sacrifice to the people of Pakistan".

"You won't see an example in our country's history of a daughter being put behind bars with her father like this," Shehbaz claimed.

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Recalling the nuclear tests carried out by the PML-N government back in 1998, the party's chief said that "Bill Clinton offered Nawaz $5billion to not carry out the six nuclear tests."

"Also, never forget that the game changing China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project was brought to the country by the PML-N government," he said.

"Attock is right next to Peshawar, the difference is clear with the level of prosperity in the two cities," the former Punjab CM said and added that Imran had ruined Peshawar during his party's reign.


Andaleeb | 5 years ago | Reply He is right.
Dr.M.M.Khan | 5 years ago | Reply The former CM is hanging on to the tailcoats of his brother to become the PM. He has no agenda of his own.The same mantra of having built motorways and becoming a nuclrear Power are repeated again and again. Imran has become a nightmare for PML(n). Finally when you run short of ideas you drop down to the primitive Level.
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