PM Nawaz says no one will be allowed to create unrest on August 14

PTI chief Imran Khan, government had announced separate rallies at D-Chowk on independence day.


Web Desk July 16, 2014

CHAKWAL: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, implicitly referring to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan's plan to hold a 'tsunami march' on August 14, said that people will not be allowed to create unrest in the country on the independence day, Express News reported on Wednesday.

The premier was speaking in Chakwal after he laid the foundation of two projects - Chakwal-Sohawa Road and Chakwal-Rawalpindi Road.

The project would cost Rs8.5 billion and both roads will be constructed as dual carriageways.

Recognising the importance of the project for the local population, the PM directed the authorities to extend the width of the road and complete the construction work in one year.

The premier also announced to make “Chakwal by-pass” part of the project in order to minimise the inter city traffic density.

On June 27, PTI had announced its plan to hold a march against alleged rigging in the May 11 general elections last year at Islamabad's D-Chowk.

The government had later announced that it will also hold an Independence Day rally at the same location on the same day, setting up a possible showdown with PTI. On July 12, Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid had said that Imran Khan will be among many politicians who will be invited to the rally.


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COMMENTS (56)

Pakistani | 7 years ago | Reply

lol, looking at the comments its pretty obvious paid machinery is at work. At least make it look real. too obvious way too obvious.

moeed | 7 years ago | Reply

@Truth: dude it the blessed month of Ramadan stop speaking lies so big

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