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Not To Negotiate With Powerless Shehbaz Sharif: Imran Khan

  • When addressing the long-march participants at Muridke on the third day of the PTI’s actual Azadi March, Imran Khan stated Shehbaz Sharif was famous in boot polish.
  • Why should I inform Shehbaz? He went on to say that his only contact with actual decision-makers was to ensure free and fair elections.
  • He reiterated his demands that the government hold free and fair elections and uphold the rule of law across the country.

Imran Khan, the head of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) and a former prime minister, stated that he was not in Negotiate with Shehbaz Sharif and did not have the right to make any choices.

When speaking to long-march participants at Muridke on the third day of the PTI’s real Azadi March, Imran Khan said Shehbaz Sharif is famous for his boot polish and is now pleading for donations from all over the world, but he lacks the authority to make significant decisions about elections and other matters.

Why should I inform Shehbaz? He went on to say that his only contact with actual decision-makers was to ensure free and fair elections. “I built PTI one of Pakistan’s largest parties via my long-term struggle, dedication, and popular support, not by rising to power through any tyranny,” he asserted.

Khan said that, unlike Nawaz Sharif and Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, he had never taken help from a despot. He said that General Gilani appointed Nawaz Sharif as Punjab’s leader, while Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto remained a minister under Ayoub Khan’s leadership.

He notified the ruling class about General Musrhaf’s gift to the PPP and PML-N of the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO). He claimed that once Mushraf was deposed, they distributed candies. He said that Asif Zardari, Nawaz Sharif, and others were initially the targets of establishment prosecutions, but that the NAB has now absolved them of all accusations.

I’m willing to die, but I’m not willing to live in slavery, claimed the former prime minister.

“I always given constructive criticism on the organisation, backed the Pakistani army, and wished to develop a great force in the world,” he said, claiming that the country requires a robust army to survive.

He reiterated his demands that the government hold free and fair elections and uphold the rule of law across the country.

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