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Sad News Nawaz Shareef Ready For Resign

Sad News Nawaz Shareef Ready For Resign

وزیر اعظم نواز شریف استعفی دینے کیلئے تیار ہیں جاننے کیلئے ویڈیو دیکھیں

Pakistan’s opposition leader Imran Khan on Sunday said he along with thousands of his supporters is ready for a final match against Nawaz Sharif who was involved in an “electoral match fixing”, after cleric Tahir-ul Qadri issued a 48-hour ultimatum to the embattled Prime Minister to resign.

Sad News Nawaz Shareef Ready For Resign

Khan, who led Pakistan to the World Cup victory in 1992, warned the PML-N government that his supporters could enter the high-security Red Zone here if Sharif, who has been in power for over an year, refuses to quit. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman said that a final match would be played today which will be decisive day in the history of Pakistan. “People know NS (Sharif) along with ROs (Returning Officers) & caretakers were all involved in 2013 electoral match fixing. They will not accept it,” the cricketer-turned-politician tweeted.

In the 2013 general elections, Sharif had won by a landslide, taking 190 out of 342 seats. Khan’s PTI got 34 seats, the third largest bloc in the legislature. But he claimed his party should have had many more seats. “Nawaz Sharif should resign as ppl have given their verdict on fraudulent elections by coming out in huge nos 4 PTI Tsunami,” he said.  “With fraudulent mandate, NS has expanded family business, increased debt burden on nation and lived like an oil sheikh on taxpayer money,” he said in the tweet. “We are not a party which has looted the country, come forward to accommodate the people who have travelled from far flung areas,” Khan said.

Both Khan and Pakistan Awami Tehreek chief Qadri started separate rallies from Lahore on Thursday and reached in the national capital after more than 35 hours. They are camping at different venues. Khan warned that unless their demands are not met within a certain time period, his ‘tsunami’ would cross into the Red Zone and protest in front of Parliament.

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