Imran Khan vows to resist possible repealing of Article 62, 63

August 14, 2017
By: Samaa Web Desk
Published in Pakistan




11:55 pm - “I and Imran Khan will not bow down to Nawaz Sharif who wants to turn Pakistan Army into Punjab Police,” he said.

Sheikh Rashid criticised Nawaz Sharif for corruption, attacking judiciary and hatching conspiracies against army.

11:45 pm - AML chief Sheikh Rashid addressing the rally

11:35 pm - Imran Khan said if his party was voted into power it will enforce a system of employment, merit, accountably and will turn the country into “Green Pakistan” by massive plantation. 

11:35 pm - Imran Khan also threatened to bring out millions of his supporters on roads if the government repealed Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution.

“Conspiracy was hatched against judiciary on the GT Road, and I assure you that more conspiracies are ahead, but I promise you that I will bring out ten times more supporters than the GT Road rally,” he promised, and vowed to stand by the judiciary and army.

“This is not the conspiracy but the dawn of new Pakistan where you can’t buy the judges.”

Imran Khan said the ruling party is putting pressure on NAB and judiciary, adding that the former PM is indirectly maligning Pakistan’s armed forces.

“Nawaz Sharif! You are talking about mandate. Have you acquired the mandate of looting the wealth of Pakistan and its people?” he questioned.

11:05 pm - "First let's talk about the media group that's most vocal on this fiasco. Geo group."

Today only two types of people are with Nawaz Sharif. One are the people whose vested interests lie with him. Second, those who know it's going to be their turn next: Imran

"But before those 4 points, let me comment on the GT road drama where a man asks everyday "Why am I disqualified?"

"We want to make Pakistan such a country that people with green passports will be respected anywhere they go," Imran Khan said.

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10: 55 pm - Imran Khan on podium to address Liaquat Bagh rally

10: 45 pm -"He speaks of the sanctity of the vote when he is alleged of rigging," Qureshi

"History speaks for itself that when Liaquat Bagh stands affirm, Pakistan's fate changes," he said.

"There is no electricity in the summers, no gas in the winters, no jobs for youth without bribery."

You have been sent home because you made your countrymen beggars: Qureshi

"He asks, why has he been sent home? Shall I tell why has he been sent home? You have been sent home, Nawaz Sharif, because you committed theft on the national treasury," he said.

10: 30 pm - PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi is addressing the rally.

10: 20 pm - PTI senior leader Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar addressing the rally.

10: 05 pm - Imran Khan arrives at Liaquat Bagh rally. He is accompanied by Shah Mehmood Qureshi and other PTI leaders.

09: 25 pm - Imran Khan has already left Bani Gala to reach the Liaquat Bagh. He is expected to address the rally at around 10:00.

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09: 20 pm - AML chief Sheikh Rashid arrives at rally venue as rain continues. The workers, including a large number of female supporters, continued to enjoy the rain, dancing on the beats of party songs.

It has been raining in Rawalpindi for last two hours.

Video: The colours of rain-hit Rawalpindi rally

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Stage is set for the join rally of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Sheikh Rashid’s Awami Muslim League (AML) at Rawalpindi's Liaquat Bagh.

The rally was scheduled to start at 6:00pm; however, rain caused delay in the start, but despite the rain, crowd continued to arrive at the rally venue.

The two parties are jointly staging the anti-government public meeting for the first time after Supreme Court’s verdict against Sharif family in Panama papers case.

More than 1500 policemen have been deployed for the rally’s security in the garrison city, with walk-through gates and snap checking at all entry and exit points.

Imran Khan, Sheikh Rasheed and other leaders will address the gathering. – Samaa
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Story first published: 14th August 2017

 
 

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