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‘Neither did I ever succumb to strain nor I ever will’: PM Imran Khan to PDM

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'Neither did I ever succumb to pressure nor I ever will': PM Imran Khan to PDM

Prime Minister Imran Khan mentioned Thursday neither has he ever succumbed to strain nor he ever will, in a warning message to the Pakistan Democratic Motion (PDM) because it goals to carry an extended march this month.

The premier’s feedback got here as he chaired a gathering of the PTI’s core committee, with senior ministers and celebration leaders in attendance.

Throughout the assembly, Senate elections and the upcoming anti-government lengthy march have been mentioned.

“The objective of PDM’s long march is not to provide any relief to the masses but to seek an NRO,” mentioned the premier. “Neither did I ever respond to pressure before nor will I respond to it now.”

PM Imran Khan, addressing individuals of the assembly, harassed that the PTI had gotten elected to energy to “change the system” therefore compromising with those that had looted the nation was out of the query.

“We have to keep all options in mind, including the possibility of fresh elections,” mentioned the prime minister. “We have the support of the masses, hence will not back down on any forum.”

Talking about his authorities’s efforts to stabilise the economic system, the premier mentioned he had, via super issue and arduous work, steered the nation out of the financial disaster that it was dealing with.

“I am not among those who flee the battleground,” mentioned PM Imran Khan, rejecting the notion that he was going to succumb to strain within the face of rising protests from the Opposition.

Sources revealed that the prime minister reviewed the performances of the federal and provincial governments through the celebration’s core committee assembly.

Saifullah Niazi and Amir Kiyani briefed the premier on the PTI’s organisational issues.

PDM’s lengthy march to achieve Islamabad by March 30, says Fazl

JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman had spoken in regards to the PDM’s plan for lengthy march a couple of days in the past, stating that it’s going to start on March 26.

“The long march will begin from March 26. Caravans from every corner of the country will participate,” he had mentioned throughout a information convention. “We appeal to the entire nation to play their part in ousting this illegal and unconstitutional government,” added the JUI-F chief.

Fazl had mentioned the PDM’s caravan will arrive in Islamabad on March 30, including that one other assembly of the Opposition’s management will likely be held on March 15 to debate the protesters’ keep within the capital.

“More details will be revealed about the march then,” he had mentioned. 


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