Islamabad Former Pakistan PM Nawaj Sharif has made serious allegations against the Pakistan Army Chief (Army Chief Qamar Bajwa) of toppling the government. Former Prime…
Nawaz Sharif has accused both of them of rigging the election, removing the government, pressurizing the media and judiciary. According to the former Pakistan PM, the country’s army and intelligence agency ISI conspired to overthrow him and bring Imran Khan to power. In this way he formed his own ‘puppet government’.
It was not shown on TV channels due to a ban imposed by the country’s Broadcast Regulatory Authority on Sharif’s speech. Imran Khan government has given clear instructions that the speeches, statements and interviews of the declared criminals and absconding people should not be telecast. Despite this, thousands of people came to the rally.
More than 20 thousand people attended the rally
It is estimated that around 20,000 people attended this rally. Sharif addressed Bajwa in his speech and said that it is all your business. You overthrew our well run government and handed over power to your people. Prices of bread and medicine are continuously increasing. People are also unable to pay their electricity bills.
Nawaz Sharif said that you may call him a traitor or rebel or make him guilty. File false cases against them but Nawaz Sharif will keep speaking for his people. A nationwide agitation continues to oust the government of PM Imran Khan. Thousands of people participated in the first public rally organized by the Pakistan Democratic Movement in Gujranwala. The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) is a new coalition of 11 opposition parties.
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