Islamabad (July 30, 2017): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf observed Thanksgiving Day on Sunday by holding a public meeting at Islamabad’s Parade Ground.
A large number of party workers, supporters and people including PTI leaders attended the Thanksgiving Day in Islamabad.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Jahangir Tareen, and Asad Umar, along with Awami Muslim League’s chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, addressed the huge crowd.
Talking about Nawaz Sharif’s disqualification, Rasheed said the Hudaibiya Paper Mills case will drag down Shehbaz Sharif — the candidate of the ruling party for the next prime minister.
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Finally, Nawaz Sharif has been disqualified after the four-year long movement of PTI, said PTI General Secretary Jahangir Tareen.
“Now, Nawaz Sharif has put forward Shahbaz Sharif for the premiership. The younger brother will also be held accountable for the model town tragedy,” said Tareen. “Nawaz Sharif will have to go to jail.”
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak in his address congratulated the apex court, the JIT, and the nation.
He said that the credit for the ouster of Nawaz Sharif goes to Imran Khan. “Khan often surprised us with his tremendous achievements,” he said, adding that Imran Khan has become a nightmare for corrupt rulers.
“If you want to make a new Pakistan, then you will have to bring the Panama issue to its logical conclusion,” he said.
Addressing the people of Punjab, he asked them to gear up to bring Shahbaz down. “The PML-N leaders faced a defeat in the court of law and now they will also face a humiliating defeat in the people’s court,” he remarked.
While addressing the gathering, Asad Umar said that the struggle which started against four flats ended on four iqamas, adding that it was as easy as making a hotel reservation and booking a plane ticket to get a UAE visa.
He blamed Nawaz Sharif for amassing the burden of loans on the people of Pakistan. “The debt is a national security risk for the country,” he said. “During Nawaz Sharif’s four years in government, the income of Pakistan has reduced and losses have increased.”