“If someone caught chanting the slogan ‘Attack Quaid-e-Azam’s house’ for four years, he himself gets caught and says, ‘Burn and besiege, attack Quaid-e-Azam’s house.’
Karachi: Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif says that the person who was caught chanting the slogan ‘Attack Quaid-e-Azam’s house’ for four years, when caught himself, says, ‘Burn and besiege, attack Quaid-e-Azam’s house.’
According to ARY News, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, while addressing a gathering in Karachi, said that Imran Niazi had a divisive mindset in every field and project of Pakistan. Imran Niazi never learned to speak in a good manner.
He said that major incidents happened, but no political leader said to destroy the military installations.
Shahbaz Sharif said that May 9 marked the end of political chaos and infighting over the most tragic events in history. It was the worst day in history. The heirs of the martyrs and warriors were insulted by Imran Niazi’s sarcastic remarks.
The Prime Minister said that when the armed forces of Pakistan and the police met the families of the martyrs, every eye was filled with tears. The great sons of the nation sacrificed their lives and saved millions of children from becoming orphans.
He said that in this city, the Pakistan People’s Party and the MQM are both allies. Today, there was happiness in the PPP, and the leaders of the MQM spoke sweet words. Blessings are in agreement and unity. A coalition government does not face challenges without mutual consultation; otherwise, the situation would be different.
The Prime Minister said that the allied parties had expressed their unity and agreement through mutual consultation, Parliament, and the Cabinet, and the coalition government had buried the conspiracy. They faced challenges together.
Shahbaz Sharif said that today there was a detailed discussion on the issue of load shedding, while in the past, load shedding was ignored, which is extremely regrettable. The Karachi package will provide water facilities to millions of people in Karachi.
He further said that due to political turmoil, Pakistan could not progress economically, but I assure you that together we will solve these issues and save Pakistan’s ship, despite challenges and problems, including inflation.”
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