RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and Awami Muslim League are all set to hold a public gathering at Liaquat Bagh on Sunday night, ARY News reported.
All arrangements have been completed for holding the public gathering at Liaqat Bagh.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan and Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed had earlier announced to hold the public meeting at the historic Liaquat Bagh in Rawalpindi in connection with the Independence of Day of Pakistan.
In response to Nawaz Sharif’s rhetoric of why he was disqualified by the Supreme Court in the Panamagate verdict, the PTI has decided to drop pamphlets from helicopter or distribute them among the participants of the gathering.
Ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif had repeatedly been asking why he was disqualified by the Supreme Court since the court handed down judgment on July 28.
The pamphlet titled “Mian Shahib this why you were ousted” lists a number of reasons why Sharif was removed from office. The reasons included: “You siphoned off public money and misused your position. You set up off-shore companies in the name of your children to launder looted money. You concealed details of your source of income and assets from Election Commission of Pakistan, Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, and other institutions. You laundered money with the help of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and other dishonest government officials.”
Earlier, in a video posted by AML chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on the micro-blogging platform Twitter, the PTI chief said that he will provide the vision and the way forward for the nation in the political gathering.
“The nation wants to give a message to Nawaz Sharif that they are with the six members of the JIT which gave the ray of hope that even the powerful can be held accountable,” he said.
“We have to proof that we are with them and the judiciary,” he said.
The PTI chief said that we will unveil the vision for ‘Naya Pakistan’ at August 13 to make the nation a prosperous one as envisioned by Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Iqbal.
— Sheikh Rashid Ahmad (@ShkhRasheed) August 11, 2017