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July 15, 2017
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Imran sees next week most important in Pak history

Imran sees next week most important in Pak history

KAHUTA: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan on Friday addressed a rally at Kahuta, where he claimed that the coming week will be the most important in Pakistan’s history.

While addressing a rally at Kahuta, PTI Chief said the coming week will decide whether Pakistan remains a “country of dacoits or changes into Naya Pakistan (new Pakistan)”.

Imran further said that when an elected prime minister of a country denies the truth, the country is negatively affected as institutions begin to decay.

Criticizing the government’s policies, Imran said, “today the country is in debt, green passport has lost its respect and unemployment goes all time high. Whereas, a small group of people is getting rich while the rest of nation is still  regressing.”

Imran said that the it is first time that Sharif family is being accounted for, Sharifs have not been held accountable for the last three decades as they have always bought justice and ruined state institutions by bribing and bluffing.

Imran, once again referring to the Sharif family as a mafia, said, "I would have died with shame if I had been in Nawaz’s place".

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