- Blasts ‘fascist’ govt for causing pain, ordeal to Mian Aslam’s family, relatives
- Urges everyone must be made aware through social media of reign of terror unleashed on PTI
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday appealed to people of Bagh Azad Kashmir to vote for PTI’s candidate Raja Mohammad Zamir Khan in by-election scheduled for Thursday (June 8) because at present only PTI was striving for rule of law in the country.
In a video message, the PTI Chairman said that ‘my Pakistanis of Azad Kashmir, by-election is going to be held in Bagh on June 8, 2023’. “I want you to vote for Raja Mohammad Zamir Khan, who is a PTI’s candidate,” Khan appealed.
He stated that currently in Pakistan, only PTI stood for the rule of law in the country, adding that the country needed a system based on justice and rule of law the most at this time.
“I want the people of Bagh to vote for our candidate in order to ensure his victory in the by-election,” Khan demanded.
PTI Chairman stated that all the political parties of the country were currently against the PTI.
Therefore, he demanded that it was their responsibility to support the party that wanted to bring real freedom and democracy to the country.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan lashed out at the fascist government for causing pain and ordeal to the family of Main Aslam Iqbal, former senior minister Punjab.
Sharing the ordeal through which Mian Aslam Iqbal’s family was facing at the hands of this fascist government, the PTI Chairman said that no one was spared from humiliation.
Imran Khan said: “Mian Aslam Iqbal writes the ordeal his family is facing at the hands of this fascist government. No one is spared, from humiliating his 80 year old mother to brothers, relatives or anyone these criminals can get their hands on.”
The PTI chairman urged that since the mainstream media has now been completely muzzled, through social media everyone must be made aware of the reign of terror unleashed on Pakistan’s biggest party so that it can be kept out of the elections.