Prime Minister Imran Khan Message to opposition during live session on 23rd January 2022
Prime Minister Imran Khan during his live session with the public on 23rd January 2022, clearly warned the opposition that if he is ousted from the government, he will be more dangerous for them. He will take the public to the roads and then the opposition will run out. He clearly said that no deal could be made with the culprit parties. He will complete his five years of government and will surely make the next government in Pakistan.
Replying to a question about the long march planned by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) on 23rd March, he said that this long march will fail. He is listening from the past three years that the government will end before completing its tenure, but the opposition should listen carefully that this government is not going anywhere. He said that the public had seen their (PDM) real faces and would not support them for hiding their theft.
Imran Khan said that he would be more dangerous if forced to step out of government. Now he is silently watching the opposition’s dramas while sitting in his office. Once he sits in opposition, they will not find any place to hide. The damage made to this country from the past thirty years had made the public full of anger, and when the public come out on roads behind them, they will fly back to London.
Speaking particularly about former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, he said that he worships money and will never come back, although his party is saying that he will come back tomorrow or the day after tomorrow. Continuing his criticism, the PM said that Nawaz Sharif’s sons have billions of rupees in properties, but Nawaz Sharif says that he doesn’t know from where this money came. Imran Khan continued saying that even the royal family in London don’t spend as much money as this Nawaz family is spending on their luxuries.
The message of Prime Minister Imran Khan to the opposition is very clear. He will not grant any concession to the culprits of Pakistan and will be more dangerous if forced to step out of government.