Zardari minting money while Shehbaz gets cursed for it: Imran

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Khan once again maintained his “foreign conspiracy” claim behind his ouster, saying that the country’s “biggest thieves were brought together” to remove an elected government….reports Asian Lite News

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said that Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari is “minting money” while Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is “getting cursed” by the nation for it, media reports said.

“Asif Ali Zardari, you truly have come heavy on PML-N,” the former Prime Minister said while taking a jibe at the PPP leader, adding: “Zardari is happy with Shehbaz’s embarrassment,” Samaa TV reported

Khan was addressing a rally in Gujranwala on Wednesday evening as the party gears up for its ‘Haqeeqi Azadi March’ (real freedom march) to Islamabad against the ruling coalition government.

Khan once again maintained his “foreign conspiracy” claim behind his ouster, saying that the country’s “biggest thieves were brought together” to remove an elected government.

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“Gujranwala, what do you think, was it conspiracy or interference,” he asked the crowd.

The former Prime Minister said his opponents thought “sweets” will be distributed after he was ousted, but they didn’t know that people will come out in protest against the “conspiracy”, Samaa TV reported.

Praising his government and shedding light on the ongoing economic turmoil in the country, the PTI chairman said that there was a significant increase in exports during his tenure and in the last nine months, exports increased by 26 per cent.

He added that his government reduced petrol and diesel prices to provide relief to the masses when inflation was rising globally.

Khan on Wednesday termed the Shehbaz Sharif-led government, the result of a US-backed conspiracy and claimed that the families of army personnel will also participate in his upcoming march to Islamabad to remove this ‘imported government’.

Addressing a jalsa in Gujranwala, Khan said, “The police will also help you in getting to Islamabad. They will send their family members with you and government employees will do the same as well. And I know my army’s families will also come with us to Islamabad,” the Dawn quoted Imran Khan as saying.

Khan called the nation to march toward Islamabad to thwart the foreign conspiracy saying that he neither bowed before anyone in a servile manner nor will let the people of Pakistan do that, Geo tv reported.

Referring to the current economic crisis in the country, Imran said, “There was a significant increase in exports during his tenure. The country’s exports increased by 26 percent.”

“The PTI government reduced the prices of diesel and provided relief to the masses amid the rising inflation in the world,” he added.

PTI chief claimed that the agriculture in the country benefitted the most in the two years of his tenure, and the farmers were doing really well.

“During the COVID-19 pandemic, our country prospered with the increase in the employment rate,” he added. (IANS/ANI)

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