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Imran vows to respond to Modi’s allegations during Raiwind March

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LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Thursday said he will give a message to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during Raiwind March tomorrow which Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif failed to deliver, ARY News reported.

“Earlier, focus of my message was only Nawaz Sharif, now I have decided to send another message for Narendra Modi. It is of paramount importance that the nation gets united in response to Modi government’s anti-Pakistan rhetoric,” he said while talking to media flanked by Chairman Awami League Shaikh Rasheed and senior PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi in Lahore.

He wondered that whenever PTI tried to go against the government, they had to face terrorist threats. They were threatened on Sept 03 as well. He said Raiwind March would be Dharna plus (sit-in plus).


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“The government will use all out tactics to stop masses from participating in the march. People are cautious about their future. They will for sure participate in the march against corruption as corrupt mafia is ruining the country,” he said.

To a query, the PTI chief said he would not accuse Nawaz of creating tense situation with India in the wake of Raiwind March. However, India had given a very bad message by saying that Nawaz Sharif’s speech in United Nations was driven by some other force (Army chief Raheel Sharif).

He said different allegations were being leveled against Pakistan to divert the world attention from Indian atrocities in Kashmir.

Imran Khan said PTI was well-prepared for tomorrow march.

He appealed from people to take part in the ‘Raiwand march’ because it will be a day to decide nation’s fate. He urged masses to come out to support the national cause against corruption.

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