Former Prime Minister and PTI leader Imran Khan urged the people of Pakistan to speak out for their rights. He made this comment while participating in a rally of the party in Lahore on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the country’s independence. Besides, Imran announced to continue fighting until the fall of Shahbaz government. News from NDTV.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf or PTI organized a massive rally in Lahore on Saturday (August 13) night. Party leader and former Prime Minister Imran Khan was the chief guest.
From the beginning of his speech, Imran strongly criticized the current Shahbaz government. He urged the workers to continue the fight against the Shahbaz government in the same way as the victory was won from the British 75 years ago. At that time, he also accused the US of interfering in Pakistan’s politics.
Taking a swipe at the Pakistan government led by Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif over the recent crackdown on social media, former Prime Minister Imran Khan said this is not the Pakistan of the 1970s but a ‘new Pakistan’, where people have rights.
He also urged the youth of the country to raise their voice against the new Prime Minister of Pakistan on social media.
In the rally, Imran Khan said that the people will not accept Shahbaz Sharif as the new Prime Minister of Pakistan. Referring to the government that imported the current government, he also announced to continue anti-government rallies in various cities until new elections are held.
Since losing the prime ministership this year due to various allegations including corruption, Imran Khan has been holding public meetings in various cities of Pakistan with anti-government speeches.