Imran Khan addresses the media.
Gulf Today Report
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed the nation late on Friday evening on the eve of a controversial no-confidence vote that looks certain to dismiss him.
Khan said that no superpower can dictate terms to India, raising the foreign hand charge again.
“I am upset with the Supreme Court's decision. I was shocked because when the Deputy Speaker conducted the investigation, the Supreme Court should have investigated.
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“Pakistani youth are our future and if they see leaders selling their conscience, what precedent will we set for them?”
During his address to the Parliament in Pakistan, Imran said, “India is very proud of themselves. No superpower can dictate terms to them.”
There is horse-trading. MLAs are being sold off like sheep.
The way MPs were sold and bought is something you don't even see in banana republics.
The media weren't ashamed either. They celebrate the fall of the government.
Imran told people, “Step out, protest, save your azaadi. You must protest this drama. We did not make sacrifices that people can put in place an imported government here.”
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that people in Indian-administered Kashmir were living under curfew for almost four weeks since New Delhi downgraded Kashmir's autonomy on Aug.5 and imposed a security clampdown to prevent any violence.
The former Prime Minister said on Saturday that he sticks to the allegations that he made that the US and the country's Opposition were hand-in-glove to remove him from power.
Pakistan’s president has called on India to immediately lift all restrictions on people in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, ignoring opposition calls for Prime Minister Imran Khan to step down over his alleged bad governance.
The Coromandel Express, which runs from Kolkata to Chennai, derailed and fell on the opposite track, with many people still trapped, the reports said.
Sheikh Mohammed added in a tweet on Twitter: "We found its executive director at the service counters, receiving customers, speeding up procedures, and contributing to clearing transactions. The secret shopper assured us that providing the service did not exceed five minutes."
The first lady arrived in Cairo from Amman, where she attended the wedding of Crown Prince Hussein. She is travelling to Morocco on Saturday before heading to Portugal, the final stop of her tour, on Monday.