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Imran warns govt to refrain from using force on Nov 30

GUJRANWALA: PTI chairman, Imran Khan Sunday vowed to fight back the government fully if it subjected the participants of the Nov 30 rally to torture or ordered the police to fire shots at the people, ARY News reported.

Addressing a mammoth rally in Gujranwala on Sunday, Imran Khan said that the entire nation has awakened today for realizing the dream of ‘naya Pakistan’. He urged the women to participate equally in the November 30 rally in Islamabad.

While drawing the attention of PM Nawaz Sharif and Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar, the PTI chairman asked them not to resort to the use of force on the participants of the rally.

“If the government repeated its past mistakes or asked the police to fire shots at peaceful people, I will fully fight back it for my patience has ended now”, he warned.

He lamented that back in 80s dollar was equal to 15 rupees, while it stopped on 60 rupees during the reign of General (R) Pervez Musharraf, however since Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari started taking ‘turns’ in the country, dollar’s worth is continuously increasing against the rupee.

“Now their children are ready to rule the country, who have repeatedly been coming into power and plundering the national wealth”, he mocked.

The skipper said that Asif Ali Zardari became a billionaire by securing votes in the name of Bhutto, adding that the ‘Nawaz-Zardari partnership’ has caused enough losses to the country.

He said: “Worst rigging took place in Elections 2013, but when I demanded for investigations everyone turned his back”.

Khan asked all the Pakistanis that we are to stand up for our rights on November 30 and there is no force that could stop us from staging a peaceful protest.

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