PM Imran says those out to dislodge his govt would get buried under their own conspiracy – Pakistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday he was not swayed by the opposition’s attempts to oust him through a policy of no confidence. .

Before speaking at a rally in Hafijabad, Punjab, and before criticizing key opposition leaders, the prime minister first recalled the public welfare plans the government has taken in the face of the country’s problems.

The prime minister said people will know that those trying to oust him from the top positions will be buried under the weight of their own conspiracies.

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He recalls that in the past about 20 EU ambassadors have asked about their positions against drone strikes. “I asked them if they would allow Pakistan to conduct drone strikes on Pakistani-based terrorists who have been staying in London for 30 years who have been involved in multiple killings in the Sindh capital, Karachi,” he claimed.

Imran said he would not appease anyone or choose a foreign policy that resulted in endangering the interests of the country.

He pointed out that JUI-F’s Maulana Fazlur Rehman, PML-N Chief Member Nawaz Sharif, and PPP Chairman Asif Ali Zardari’s silence on US drone strikes in Pakistan between 2008 and 2018, which these leaders lead to in Pakistan He said he never defended his rights.

He said the government would maintain relations with everyone, but “will not make any compromises in the national interest.”

Prime Minister Imran insisted that Pakistan would be a great country for the rest of his term, adding that the incentives announced by the government will bear fruit soon.

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Prime Minister Imran reiterated that he had legitimately criticized the European Union’s request for the government to condemn Russia by sending a letter to Pakistan.

“The West only respects you when it sees you are sincere about your country,” he said.

He said he was respected in every country he has visited as prime minister. “I have no assets hidden abroad and I have never been involved in corruption,” he said. “I entered politics solely for the sake of the people.”

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The prime minister said crime will only continue to rise if the state remains silent on society’s misbehavior and allows corruption, sex crimes and violence to become the norm.

He said his government introduced a single national curriculum to close class differences in the country. “Right now, very few get good jobs and the rest get small jobs.”

He said that it is essential to teach English to everyone, but it should not be seen as a parameter that judges and distinguishes people. “It happened because we didn’t check the education system,” he added.

The prime minister said Pakistan is building two universities to technically empower the country, which will allow Pakistan to manufacture its own aircraft.

‘PM’s speech is his confession of defeat’: Shehbaz

Meanwhile, the opposition leader, Shebaz Sharif, described the prime minister’s speech as “a confession of defeat”.

In a statement released by PML-N, Shehbaz argued that the prime minister’s agenda to upset “friends of Pakistan” had been achieved and that he should resign.

He said inflation soared during PTI’s tenure and the prime minister should be held accountable for all the hardships people face.

The CEO of PML-N said, “I must resign immediately and let the people breathe a sigh of relief.”