Imran Khan said that now I am not afraid of death. Death will come only when Allah wills. He clearly told his supporters that fear enslaves the whole country. That’s why we have to move forward because I have seen death from close quarters.
Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan once again addressed a huge public meeting after the shooting incident. For this he had reached Rawalpindi by helicopter. During this, he strongly targeted the Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahbaz Sharif and his government. At the same time, Imran Khan also announced that his party has decided to resign from all the assemblies. This step of Imran Khan can prove to be a big step in the politics of Pakistan. Along with this, the former Prime Minister again blamed 3 people for the attacks on him and also said that he can be attacked once again.
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Imran Khan said that now I am not afraid of death. Death will come only when Allah wills. He clearly told his supporters that fear enslaves the whole country. That’s why we have to move forward because I have seen death from close quarters. Khan has repeatedly alleged that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah and Major-General Faisal Naseer, head of the ISI’s ‘Counter Intelligence Wing’, were behind the attack on him. Called on his supporters that if they want to live freely then they should be fearless of death. Referring to the Battle of Karbala, he said, “Fear enslaves the whole country.”
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Former Prime Minister Khan said that when he was leaving Lahore, everyone advised him that he was still injured, so he should not go because it could be dangerous. Khan said he stepped forward because he had seen death from close quarters. “If you want to live, give up the fear of death,” he said. Khan said the nation stood at a “pivotal point” and a “crossroads” before which there were two paths – One is of blessings and greatness while the other way is of humiliation and destruction. He is leading the ‘Long March’ demanding early general elections in the country.