Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday evening addressed the Tiger Force Convention in Islamabad.
Gulf Today Report
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday evening addressed the Tiger Force Convention in Islamabad. He pointed out the issues facing the country, including inflation and the current political situation a day after the Opposition's Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) held its first power show in Gujranwala.
PM Imran Khan started off his address by welcoming the Tiger Force volunteers and thanking them for their enthusiasm and hard work.
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During his address he asked multiple times to be quiet. "You have to be quiet. You have to listen to me quietly, It is important that I say what I need to say."
"You will enjoy what I have to say if you are quiet. Because there was a circus last night and I want to talk about it as well."
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan addresses a rally. File photo
Eleven years ago, I had predicted this… that there will be this circus.
"I want to talk about the person who spoke from London," he said, referring to Nawaz Sharif.
While he had been in a light mood, mocking the opposition, at this point, the Prime Minister's tone suddenly turned serious.
"This person (Nawaz Sharif) who ran from here, is sitting there [in London] used this language against our army chief and the DG ISI."
The opposition has so far seen one Imran Khan," the prime minister continued.
"I used to say: give them production orders and invite them to assemblies and so on. The Imran Khan you will be seeing now is going to be a different Imran Khan.
"No dacoit will get a production order. Shahbaz Sharif will not get a production order till he submits a full response in court, nor will any of the other dacoits."
"I also want to send a message to our judiciary an NAB: People are tired, and the people away justice. People want the money that was taken from them to be returned. The Pakistani public awaits the time when these cases will be closed."
He then turned to NAB.
"You have done a lot of good work, but for God's sake, take these cases to their logical end. We will give you all the support you require, but the nation is waiting for the time the looted money will be returned."
He told senior news people that the government will hold by-elections as per the Constitution if the PDM tendered resignations from the assemblies. He said the local elections will be held after the Senate polls in April 2021.
The government has started talking about initiation of dialogue with the opposition but with lots of ifs and buts, an idea that is not acceptable to the other side.
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