Pakistan

Imran vows to 'defeat' Altaf with next Karachi rally

MIRPURAZAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan restated on Wednesday that 2015 will witness the general elections in Pakistan, ARY News reported.

It has become an order of the day in Pakistan to join politics and indulge in corruption, he told a public gathering in Mirpur Azad Kashmir.

Turning his guns again on Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari, he claimed that he had broken the partnership of the duo. He said both the leaders have plunged Pakistan into numerous crises.

Before Zardari took over in 2008, “Dollar was Rs 60, and now it has reached Rs 100,” lamented Imran.

He claimed that Pakistanis had bought property worth $4.3 billion in Dubai.

The PTI chief reiterated that Nawaz and Zardari are top two leaders who had their assets abroad.

“Go Nawaz Go will soon be chanted as judicial commission is about to be constituted to probe rigging in elections of 2013,” he said.

He appealed people not to cast their vote to a leader who have their capital abroad.

MQM under fire

Earlier, Imran began his speech his by hitting out at MQM and its chief Altaf Hussain

He said people were bludgeoned to attend MQM rally. Let’s be sure that time has come for Altaf Hussain, stressed Imran.

“It is now the time that we should set aside this fear and get ourselves liberated,” he called upon people.

He insisted masses to snatch their rights, instead of seeking it. Imran said people at MQM rally sit in fear as in case if they did not submit to Altaf’s orders, “they will be shot by a sector in-charge concerned.”

Imran announced to hold big rally in Karachi, saying it would aim at ‘defeating’ Altaf Hussain.

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