COAS says me do not call Fazal-ur-Rehman “Diesel”: PM Imran Khan
Lower Dir: Prime Minister Imran Khan, while addressing a public gathering in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, said that he was asked by COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa not to call Maulana Fazlur Rehman “Diesel”.
Imran Khan said in his speech that when a person bows before someone, he loses his honor and dignity. If a nation bows before someone, then no one respects this country. As long as you have honor, the world will respect you. Bringing the powerful under the rule of law is part of my manifesto.
Pointing to the opposition leaders, he said, “These are three stooges. They three are the people who have been ruling the country for 35 years. If there is no respect for green passports in the world, they are the reason.”
The Prime Minister said that Nawaz Sharif was sitting with the US President holding a script in his hand and was sitting so nervous that his master should not be angry. It was said not to call him a fugitive.
He said what I can say about Bilawal, he came to Islamabad after spending so much money but people does not understand the message of Bilawal’s “Awami March”.
“Prime minister is the father of the country. It is my duty to make you a great nation. I will never bow down to anyone and I will not let you down,” Fazal-ur-Rehman said that he will fix the institutions, he was trying to say to fix the army. These three stooges have destroyed all the institutions of the country.
Imran Khan further said that Nawaz Sharif invited Modi to the wedding who oppressed Kashmiris, Fazal-ur-Rehman told American diplomats that he would serve them, give him a chance and the biggest disease for the country is Asif Ali Zardari, he writes letters to Americans and told them to save him from army.
Imran Khan further said that he had always wanted the opposition to bring the no-confidence motion. “I was waiting for their move and now I will not let them run away and will chase them to the end,” he concluded.