November 30 rally: Nawaz, Zardari prepared London plan, says Imran

PTI leader says nothing can stop PTI’s rally in Larkana


Our Correspondent November 19, 2014

ISLAMABAD:


Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday made it clear that his party would hold its rally in Larkana as per schedule and nothing could stop them.


“Stop me if you can,” Imran said in a message to Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman and former president Asif Ali Zardari.

Addressing the sit-in, the PTI chairman said both Zardari and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif have teamed up to safeguard each other’s interests, particularly their ‘ill-gotten’ money. He said Nawaz and Zardari had recently prepared a London plan as both were afraid of PTI’s November 30 tsunami.



Imran started his speech while mocking his arrest warrants in connection with the attack on the PTV headquarters and recalled Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s (PML-N) attack on Supreme Court in the 1990s.

“If you [Nawaz Sharif] wanted to make me a ‘wanted person’, you should have done that in a well thought out manner and not like this as people are making fun of it,” he said.

The PTI chief also referred to the military takeover of General (retd) Parvez Musharraf and said a former PTV MD had said it took two hours to shut down the transmission. “Then how did the PTV transmission ended immediately after the attack?” he asked.

Once again, the PTI chairman referred to an affidavit by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar regarding his role in money laundering for PM Nawaz and said money was transferred to a fake account in London and then brought back under the name of Hudaibiya Paper Mills.

“However, when the Supreme Court summoned Nawaz Sharif in the Hudaibiya case, he, instead of appearing before the court, orchestrated an attack on the Supreme Court,” he said. “The man who declared me wanted had orchestrated the attack on the Supreme Court,” he added.

“I ask from the country’s justice system whether it is always the poor who has to be nabbed and not the rich and powerful,” he questioned.

Talking about his visit to Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, he said that we would revamp the health department of the province and make it an example for the entire country. He also announced to commemorate 100th day of their sit-in on Friday.
Published in The Express Tribune, November 19th, 2014.

 

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