"Step Out, Save Your Freedom": Imran Khan, Facing No-Trust Vote, Tells Pak

Author : desertsafari
Publish Date : 2022-04-08


"Step Out, Save Your Freedom": Imran Khan, Facing No-Trust Vote, Tells Pak

New Delhi: Calling on the people of Pakistan to protect the country's sovereignty, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the people to hit the streets on Sunday and peacefully protest against an "imported government".Making sensational claims that foreign powers are trying to topple his government as they want a pliable man at the top, he also accused the opposition parties of being hand in glove with them in order to get out of corruption cases and make money. "We got to know that US diplomats were meeting our people. Then we got to know about the entire plan," he said, adding that he is not at the liberty to publicly release all the details owing to national security concerns. In his late-night address to the nation ahead of the crucial no-trust vote against him tomorrow morning, he slammed the opposition for indulging in blatant horse-trading, saying politicians are being bought and sold like sheep. He also slammed the country's media, accusing it of "celebrating" the government's fall. He pointed to India and said that no superpower can dictate terms to it as it's a sovereign nation. "None of them has the guts to speak to India like that," he said, PM Khan said foreign powers want a pliable PM and that's why they are trying to push him out. He has called the political situation an attack on the sovereignty of Pakistan. "We are 22 crore people. It is insulting that someone from outside is ordering this to 22 crore people," he said.

New Delhi: Calling on the people of Pakistan to protect the country's sovereignty, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the people to hit the streets on Sunday and peacefully protest against an "imported government".Making sensational claims that foreign powers are trying to topple his government as they want a pliable man at the top, he also accused the opposition parties of being hand in glove with them in order to get out of corruption cases and make money. "We got to know that US diplomats were meeting our people. Then we got to know about the entire plan," he said, adding that he is not at the liberty to publicly release all the details owing to national security concerns. In his late-night address to the nation ahead of the crucial no-trust vote against him tomorrow morning, he slammed the opposition for indulging in blatant horse-trading, saying politicians are being bought and sold like sheep. He also slammed the country's media, accusing it of "celebrating" the government's fall. He pointed to India and said that no superpower can dictate terms to it as it's a sovereign nation. "None of them has the guts to speak to India like that," he said, PM Khan said foreign powers want a pliable PM and that's why they are trying to push him out. He has called the political situation an attack on the sovereignty of Pakistan. "We are 22 crore people. It is insulting that someone from outside is ordering this to 22 crore people," he said.New Delhi: Calling on the people of Pakistan to protect the country's sovereignty, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the people to hit the streets on Sunday and peacefully protest against an "imported government".Making sensational claims that foreign powers are trying to topple his government as they want a pliable man at the top, he also accused the opposition parties of being hand in glove with them in order to get out of corruption cases and make money. "We got to know that US diplomats were meeting our people. Then we got to know about the entire plan," he said, adding that he is not at the liberty to publicly release all the details owing to national security concerns. In his late-night address to the nation ahead of the crucial no-trust vote against him tomorrow morning, he slammed the opposition for indulging in blatant horse-trading, saying politicians are being bought and sold like sheep. He also slammed the country's media, accusing it of "celebrating" the government's fall. He pointed to India and said that no superpower can dictate terms to it as it's a sovereign nation. "None of them has the guts to speak to India like that," he said, PM Khan said foreign powers want a pliable PM and that's why they are trying to push him out. He has called the political situation an attack on the sovereignty of Pakistan. "We are 22 crore people. It is insulting that someone from outside is ordering this to 22 crore people," he said.New Delhi: Calling on the people of Pakistan to protect the country's sovereignty, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the people to hit the streets on Sunday and peacefully protest against an "imported government".Making sensational claims that foreign powers are trying to topple his government as they want a pliable man at the top, he also accused the opposition parties of being hand in glove with them in order to get out of corruption cases and make money. "We got to know that US diplomats were meeting our people. Then we got to know about the entire plan," he said, adding that he is not at the liberty to publicly release all the details owing to national security concerns. In his late-night address to the nation ahead of the crucial no-trust vote against him tomorrow morning, he slammed the opposition for indulging in blatant horse-trading, saying politicians are being bought and sold like sheep. He also slammed the country's media, accusing it of "celebrating" the government's fall. He pointed to India and said that no superpower can dictate terms to it as it's a sovereign nation. "None of them has the guts to speak to India like that," he said, PM Khan said foreign powers want a pliable PM and that's why they are trying to push him out. He has called the political situation an attack on the sovereignty of Pakistan. "We are 22 crore people. It is insulting that someone from outside is ordering this to 22 crore people," he said.New Delhi: Calling on the people of Pakistan to protect the country's sovereignty, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the people to hit the streets on Sunday and peacefully protest against an "imported government".Making sensational claims that foreign powers are trying to topple his government as they want a pliable man at the top, he also accused the opposition parties of being hand in glove with them in order to get out of corruption cases and make money. "We got to know that US diplomats were meeting our people. Then we got to know about the entire plan," he said, adding that he is not at the liberty to publicly release all the details owing to national security concerns. In his late-night address to the nation ahead of the crucial no-trust vote against him tomorrow morning, he slammed the opposition for indulging in blatant horse-trading, saying politicians are being bought and sold like sheep. He also slammed the country's media, accusing it of "celebrating" the government's fall. He pointed to India and said that no superpower can dictate terms to it as it's a sovereign nation. "None of them has the guts to speak to India like that," he said, PM Khan said foreign powers want a pliable PM and that's why they are trying to push him out. He has called the political situation an attack on the sovereignty of Pakistan. "We are 22 crore people. It is insulting that someone from outside is ordering this to 22 crore people," he said.New Delhi: Calling on the people of Pakistan to protect the country's sovereignty, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the people to hit the streets on Sunday and peacefully protest against an "imported government".Making sensational claims that foreign powers are trying to topple his government as they want a pliable man at the top, he also accused the opposition parties of being hand in glove with them in order to get out of corruption cases and make money. "We got to know that US diplomats were meeting our people. Then we got to know about the entire plan," he said, adding that he is not at the liberty to publicly release all the details owing to national security concerns. In his late-night address to the nation ahead of the crucial no-trust vote against him tomorrow morning, he slammed the opposition for indulging in blatant horse-trading, saying politicians are being bought and sold like sheep. He also slammed the country's media, accusing it of "celebrating" the government's fall. He pointed to India and said that no superpower can dictate terms to it as it's a sovereign nation. "None of them has the guts to speak to India like that," he said, PM Khan said foreign powers want a pliable PM and that's why they are trying to push him out. He has called the political situation an attack on the sovereignty of Pakistan. "We are 22 crore people. It is insulting that someone from outside is ordering this to 22 crore people," he said.New Delhi: Calling on the people of Pakistan to protect the country's sovereignty, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the people to hit the streets on Sunday and peacefully protest against an "imported government".Making sensational claims that foreign powers are trying to topple his government as they want a pliable man at the top, he also accused the opposition parties of being hand in glove with them in order to get out of corruption cases and make money. "We got to know that US diplomats were meeting our people. Then we got to know about the entire plan," he said, adding that he is not at the liberty to publicly release all the details owing to national security concerns. In his late-night address to the nation ahead of the crucial no-trust vote against him tomorrow morning, he slammed the opposition for indulging in blatant horse-trading, saying politicians are being bought and sold like sheep. He also slammed the country's media, accusing it of "celebrating" the government's fall. He pointed to India and said that no superpower can dictate terms to it as it's a sovereign nation. "None of them has the guts to speak to India like that," he said, PM Khan said foreign powers want a pliable PM and that's why they are trying to push him out. He has called the political situation an attack on the sovereignty of Pakistan. "We are 22 crore people. It is insulting that someone from outside is ordering this to 22 crore people," he said.New Delhi: Calling on the people of Pakistan to protect the country's sovereignty, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the people to hit the streets on Sunday and peacefully protest against an "imported government".Making sensational claims that foreign powers are trying to topple his government as they want a pliable man at the top, he also accused the opposition parties of being hand in glove with them in order to get out of corruption cases and make money. "We got to know that US diplomats were meeting our people. Then we got to know about the entire plan," he said, adding that he is not at the liberty to publicly release all the details owing to national security concerns. In his late-night address to the nation ahead of the crucial no-trust vote against him tomorrow morning, he slammed the opposition for indulging in blatant horse-trading, saying politicians are being bought and sold like sheep. He also slammed the country's media, accusing it of "celebrating" the government's fall. He pointed to India and said that no superpower can dictate terms to it as it's a sovereign nation. "None of them has the guts to speak to India like that," he said, PM Khan said foreign powers want a pliable PM and that's wh



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