Imran Khan vows to go to public but won’t accept imported government


The Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he will go public and he will not accept imported government.

According to details, the Prime Minister has made these remarks while addressing the nation on Friday. He said that he’ll not tolerate the installation of a “foreign government” in Pakistan and that he will turn to the public for support if such a thing happens.

PM Imran Khan has said that we are not a nation that can be used like tissue papers. He maintained that Pakistan does not want unilateral relations with any country.

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The Premier further stated that he will never accept an “imported government” and will look up to the public for their decision. He said that the Opposition wants to get rid of the corruption cases registered against them.

“If Opposition is so confident, why are they afraid of holding elections?”, he questioned and urged the nation to come out of their homes on Sunday after Isha prayers for a peaceful protest.

“All the people should come out of their houses to protest against the ‘foreign-funded drama’ and I will be there with you as I will never accept this foreign conspiracy against Pakistan,” the Prime Minister added.

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