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Imran says Shehbaz doesn’t know his future, Adiala Jail awaits him

NATHIAGALI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan stated that Shehbaz Sharif doesn’t know his future, and he’ll ultimately like his brother Nawaz Sharif must go to Adiala Jail.

 

“Shehbaz Sharif doesn’t even know what is going to occur to him. Adiala Jail is awaiting him,” stated the PTI chairman whereas addressing a marketing campaign rally within the resort city of Nathiagali.

 

He stated accused the caretaker chief minister Khyber Pakhtunkwa Dost Muhammad of bias and impartiality, claiming that he has hyperlinks with Akram Durrani and the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman.

 

“I wish to give message to the interim chief minister to stay a impartial umpire. Caretaker chief minister Dost Muhammad is thought to have relations with Akram Durrani and Maulana Fazlur Rehman,” he stated.

 

He known as on the the caretaker chief minister to play a impartial and neutral position, and the federal interim authorities ought to guarantee to conduct free and truthful elections.

 

He warned these contesting as independents from making an attempt to hurt the nation, and stated that individuals ought to vote for his or her candidates within the July 25 elections.

 

He stated that Nathiagali was blessed with pure magnificence and they’d develop the tourism sector within the space. “Nathiagali is extra stunning than Switzerland. We are going to develop the tourism sector,” he stated.

 

He stated they might set up schools to impart tourism coaching and youth would additionally obtain employment as properly, and they’d additionally construct at the very least 4 vacationer resorts within the space.

 

He stated that industries are in-built giant cities slightly than hilly areas just like the Galyat, and they’d develop tourism within the space. He additionally expressed satisfaction over the efficiency of the earlier KP authorities.

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