PM Imran Khan Government will be sent packing at all cost, PDM leaders: Bahawalpur Rally

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Pakistan Democratic Alliance (PDM) held a powerful public rally at Bahawalpur Punjab on Sunday.

Addressing a rally in Bahawalpur Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chairman and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Moulana Fazlur Rehman said that struggling against the incumbent and incompetent government of Imran Khan PTI is like waging a jihad.

He said: “You cannot govern by stealing people s vote, adding that the true representatives of the people are part of PDM.”

Maulana Fazl said that the PDM will show cards at the right time and the incompetent government of PM Imran will be left ‘wondering’.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman ruled out the reports of differences among the ranks of PDM and assured the people that the government will be sent packing at all cost and the struggle for real democracy and change will continue.

Addressing the rally at Bahawalpur Fazl announced that an “Israel Unacceptable” rally will be held on January 21 to make it clear to the world to first recognize Palestine, this voice will rise from the land of Pakistan.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that even before coming to power, Imran Khan had proposed a formula to divide Kashmir into three parts and bargained upon a deal to compromise Kashmir during his first USA visit to President Trump, adding that the prime minister had said that Modi should win the election. It is only under puppet Imran Khan Niazi tenure that in 70 years of the history of Indo-Pak Modi dared to change the independent status of Illegal Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Speaking about the country’s economy, the JUI-F chief said that in today’s world, the survival of states depends on a stable economy, adding that the illegitimate government completely destroyed the infrastructure of the economy of Pakistan. Today, underdeveloped neighboring countries like Afghanistan and Bangladesh are developing and flourishing faster than us, he said.

Faz lur Rehman also accused the government of uncontrolled inflation, saying the national growth rate had gone negative due to the Niazi’s incompetence in the 70 years of the history of Pakistan.

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz in her address on Sunday at a Pakistan Democratic Rally at Bahawalpur said that “Punjab has risen” and is “ready to take back its rights” which she said were “stolen” by the incumbent government.

At the beginning of her address, at Bahawalpur, she conveyed to the supporters the greetings of PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif and party president Shahbaz Sharif.

“I wonder what would happen if I were to redirect this storm, this sea (of supporters) to Islamabad,” she remarked, adding that the “fake prime minister would find no place to hide”.

She said the immense support by people today “shows that the government’s days are numbered”.

Maryam said the reason why it is so “necessary to get rid of the government”, is because “in Pakistan’s 73-year history never has experienced such an incompetent, corrupt and unqualified government come”.

She repeatedly asked the crowd to signal with their chants if they wish to see the Opposition resign or remain seated in the “fake assemblies”.

The PML-N vice president then declared: “The day PDM resigns from the assemblies, will be the end of the government.”

She said that Punjab was “taunted” for “not standing up for others” and other provinces would say that “unless Punjab stands up, things will not change”.

“Well listen here! Not only has Punjab risen, but it is also ready to take back the rights it has been robbed of. And when Punjab stands up, whose legs start shaking?” she asked the crowd.

“The selectors and the selected can see that the people of Punjab have now risen up.” She asked the crowd: “So is Punjab ready to take back the vote that it was robbed of? Is it ready to fight for other provinces? Is it ready to fight the war for the federation? Is Punjab ready to rid Pakistan of this incompetent, corrupt man?”

“And if Maryam Nawaz Sharif calls for it, will you march to Islamabad, fight, sit there, will you take back your right?” she asked further, to chants of “yes” from the people.

Counting all the woes of the people due to the inflation the Niazi corrupt and incompetent government has” made matters worse”, has now “directed for the electricity prices to go up by 25%”.

“I feel your pain. Are the people of Pakistan in a position   make ends meet to feed their families, to pay their children’s fees, to pay utilities or pay for the treatment of the elderly at home?”

“This is why we want to send this fake, incompetent prime minister packing who, after two-and-a-half years, has thrown his hands in the air to declare he does not know how to run the country’s affairs,” Maryam said.

She said that “what to speak of chicken, no one will soon be able to afford vegetables even”.

“Your daughter Maryam Nawaz Sharif feels your pain and this is what brought us to you all today,” she added.

The PML-N leader also lamented the death of 22-year-old Usama Nadeem Satti, who she said was a hardworking student who believed in the Tehreek-i-Insaf. “But no one raised their voice for him. We are raising our voice for the boy who was martyred on the streets of Islamabad.”

Maryam, speaking of the Machh coal mine incident today, said that “no one from the government seems concerned”.

“And then incompetent Niazi  (the prime minister) says that ‘the army knows I am not corrupt’,” she said.

She said that the premier “takes Rs8 Lakhs as salary but runs a 300 marla house” and “then says he is not corrupt”, also accusing his sister Aleema of laundering millions of “black money to white money”.

The PML-N leader also questioned the Billion Tree Tsunami project. “Where did those trees go? No one knows.” What about metro buses in Peshawar?

Maryam also accused Niazi PM Imran Khan for “foreign funding from India and Israel” and questioned why this “snake inside the Election Commission of Pakistan” does not let the investigation proceed.

She further censured the prime minister for “saving his friends from NAB (National Accountability Bureau) and having them escape abroad”, in addition to getting his billion-dollar estate regularized.

The PML-N leader said “without installing a brick in the way of development”, the government has “doubled” the country’s debts.

Maryum said PM Imran Khan himself admitted that inexperienced should never be handed over the power and he is under net practice to understand the affairs to run the country. And PM Imran Khan Niazi confessed that thanks to the Lord he was not given government in 2013 else the country would have been in a crisis like Khyber Pakhtunkhawa where PTI is in power since 2013 and ruined the entire province.