PM Imran lashes out at opposition in Mandi Bahauddin

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed a public gathering in Mandi Bahauddin. During his speech, he lashed out at the opposition, mainly at Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N), on the no-confidence motion and critcised Nawaz Sharif for ‘escaping’ from the country.

Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf said that his biggest mistake was to allow PML-N leader Sharif to leave for medical treatment in London. He added that the decision was made because of Sharif’s serious condition then, but now they realise it was a mistake.

On the no-confidence motion, Mr Khan said the PML-N wants to save the looted money, and that’s why they are raising a ruckus. He called the opposition thieves and dacoits and said that all opposition leaders had been calling each other the same names for over thirty years.

He added that no NRO shall be provided until the looted money of the country was not returned.

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