Imran vows to continue struggle for supremacy of people’s rights, democracy

PESHAWAR: Former Prime Minister Imran Khan here Wednesday night reiterated to continue the political struggle for supremacy of the rights of people and democracy in the country.

Addressing a big public gathering here, he said that his political struggle for supremacy of people’s rights, democracy and protection of the country’s interests had been started with a new spirit.

He said Pakistan was a strong sovereign country and no foreign power had the right to make interference in the country’s internal affairs.

Imran said that he would lead rallies and hold public meetings in all major cities including Karachi and Lahore in the upcoming days to mobilise the public for general elections.

He said early elections were a panacea for all problems.

Khan said that a historic resolution against Islamophobia had been passed by the United Nations due to his government’s efforts.

The PTI chairman said that he had worked hard for the supremacy of the judiciary and had never broken laws.

Imran said today was the age of social media and nothing could be hidden from people.

He said the people of Pakistan knew about the circumstances that led to his ouster, adding he would continue to struggle against the menace of corruption.

He said he had never compromised on the integrity and sovereignty of Pakistan.

Khan said thousands of innocent Pakistanis were martyred in about 400 drone strikes from 2008 to 2018 while tribal people of merged districts were forced to migrate to safer places in the country.

He said the people of KP had paid a heavy price in the war against terrorism.

He said Pakistan came into being in the name of Islam.

Mahmood Khan, Chief Minister KP said that KP was the stronghold of PTI and its people were standing with Imran Khan like a solid rock.

He said Imran Khan had never compromised on the country’s sovereignty and integrity and his struggle was for the rights of the people.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Central Vice President PTI  had accused the Indian Prime Minister of not allowing the burial ritual of the great Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Gillani who was laid to rest at the night.

He demanded a judicial commission to investigate the alleged Lettergate.

Awami Muslim League President Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad said that people were standing behind Khan.

PTI KP President Pervez Khattak said Khan’s movement was for the people and he would come again into power with a two-thirds majority to build Naya Pakistan.

Former Deputy Speaker of National Assembly Qasim Suri urged people to start preparations for the next general elections.

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