Imran slams rulers for accepting American pressure over Bara operation
The chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, has slammed government for accepting external pressure and conducting yet another military operation against its own people. He also challenged America of putting a full stop to their dictations to Pakistan if his party comes in power in the forthcoming general elections.
Addressing a public gathering in Peshawar, Imran Khan said that government and opposition are working for common cause of saving Zardari regime and both are unacceptable to lead the nation under such gloomy circumstances.
The former captain played an aggressive innings in the capital city of KP and fully expressed his concerns and future line of actions for Pakistan. He also took the former first-lady and current secretary of states, Hillary Clinton, with irony hands and said that her country wouldn’t dare dictating Pakistan if PTI comes in power.
He added that, “Listen Hillary Clinton, the US Secretary of States! Your country will not have courage to order us if my party is in power. Why will we launch operations to kill our own people on US orders.”
Slamming the government and his allies he said that, “President Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif are two sides of the same coin. The nation has got united under the banner of PTI to eliminate both the corruption-riddled leaders and their cronies and put the country on path of progress.” Meanwhile, he asked the PPP workers to join his party as the current leadership of Pakistan Peoples Party was turning treacherous to the real manifesto.
Imran said that, “The slogan `to befriends with the US is treachery with the nation` was raised by workers in Z.A Bhutto`s public meetings but now the same workers have become demoralised when they see the slavery and helplessness of Zardari-led PPP to stand up to US pressure.”
He also claimed that, “The government is using army to kill its own people and it doesn`t have the courage to see eye to eye to the US.”
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is becoming very popular among the youth of Pakistan which could a turning point to the local deteriorated politics.