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I feel Imran khan must be given atleast one term to judge him as its too pre mature to pass judgement on him after an year thatt too only on one issue kashmir which is most complicated then it seems. As of now he seems to be doing nice job in existing circumstances

He must be given one full term before evaluating his govt on all issues concerning pakistan
 

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The state is not scared of Molana and his people..What irritates the state are the spoilers that can make the situation messy.Imagine some one using a weapon on the crowd or some event like December 16th aka black swan.What follows is a useless international mud sling. Where will all the tourists go...
Why not hockey players? are we children of a lesser god..fine our legs look like sticks but we also have dreams..
You guys got to shave your legs and apply bleach as well.
 

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The state is not scared of Molana and his people..What irritates the state are the spoilers that can make the situation messy.Imagine some one using a weapon on the crowd or some event like December 16th aka black swan.What follows is a useless international mud sling. Where will all the tourists go...


Why not hockey players? are we children of a lesser god..fine our legs look like sticks but we also have dreams..
Whoever draws first blood will loose in a big way.
 

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If PM Khan had even an iota of decency, he would've resigned after losing Kashmir.

Not to also forget, trying to blackmail China, selling CPEC to the US/IMF and locking up opposition leaders to try and silence them for his own incompetancy.
Ohhhh 22 coror jasle main.. idiot
 

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Kashmir was lost during IK government so he is answerable.

Previous governments succeeded in maintaining status quo. India and Pakistan both accepted Kashmir as a dispute.

Not now and our leader openly says he is anti war.

Let’s admit he lost Kashmir for sake of discussion.

Isn’t it because of previous inactions ?
Isn’t it because we didn’t prepare for war ?
Isn’t it because we as Pakistanis we didn’t build our country as a industrially, economically, scientifically strong country ?

Finally isn’t your argument the argument we hear at the bar over counters (french expression / low level analysis).

Had we build a strong country, this wouldn’t have happened.
 
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Huge rallies kick off in Pakistan to oust PM Imran Khan

Pakistani PM Khan faces a tough political challenge as an anti-government march to topple his government set off on Sunday. Khan's woes have been aggravated by a deteriorating economy and accusations of bad governance.

Thousands of supporters of a major religious political party gathered Sunday in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi to start an anti-government march on the capital, Islamabad.

The rally was led by Maulana Fazlur Rehman, a powerful religious figure and head of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) party, who claims that Prime Minister Imran Khan came to power last year through rigged elections.

"Prime Minister Imran Khan will have to resign. Hundreds of thousands have gathered in Karachi; what will the government do when people from across the country reach Islamabad?" he told rally participants in Karachi.

Rehman is backed by Pakistan's major opposition parties, including the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) of three-time former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, and the Pakistan People's Party headed by former President Asif Ali Zardari and his son Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari.

The rally participants — expected to be in the hundreds of thousands by the time they reach Islamabad — plan to stage a sit-in protest outside the capital, with a possibility of further rallying closer to the prime minister's house.

"I will announce the future course of action in Islamabad," Rehman said in Karachi.

Such "long marches" have become a common occurrence in Pakistan, with some religious organizations previously attempting to put the capital under siege and resorting to violence.

Although a religious leader, Rehman is a supporter of parliamentary democracy and has served under previous governments.

Khan's 'closeness' to military generals

Mufti Abrar Ahmed, a spokesman for the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam party, said Sunday that Rehman would lead the protesters' caravan. He lashed out against Khan, saying that the "illegitimate" government came to power through the army's support.

Although the major political parties denounced last year's general election as "rigged," they chose not to immediately launch protests. But Khan's heavy-handedness against opposition politicians and the country's deteriorating economy have given them the impetus to finally attempt to dislodge his government.

Khan has been accused of receiving indirect support from the country's powerful military — a claim denied by both Khan and the army. Sharif's supporters say their party was not given a level playing field in the run-up to the July 2018 elections, with the judiciary exclusively targeting PML-N officials and the caretaker government unleashing a massive crackdown on PML-N activists.

Talking to local journalists earlier this week, Khan said the army fully backs him against the opposition's attempts to oust him.

Economic woes

Khan came to power after winning a simple majority in the 2018 parliamentary polls on promises to improve the country's economy and provide jobs. But his critics say he has so far not been able to honor his commitment to the masses.

Although Khan launched an austerity drive to reduce government expenses, critics say the move has been largely superficial, as the PM's team has no real economic plan to fix Pakistan's serious structural issues.

With inflation climbing to 8%, the rupee losing a third of its value over the past year, and foreign exchange reserves barely enough to cover two months of imports, Khan's government was forced to turn to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in May for a bailout package.

The IMF's tough bailout conditions have been unpopular, and analysts say the opposition is now ready to use the "public anger" to remove Khan from power.

Maulana Rashid Mehmood Soomro, a JUI-F official, recently said that a World Economic Forum report found a 3% increase in corruption since Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party came to power.

"The economy has nosedived, prices of essential commodities are touching new heights and people are living in abject poverty. So it is necessary to send him [Prime Minister Khan] packing," Soomro told local media.

https://www.dw.com/en/huge-rallies-kick-off-in-pakistan-to-oust-pm-imran-khan/a-51007239

I hope PM Khan will provide the containers and food to the protestors as he promised on the floor of the house.
International press wanting good return on their investment. India will make sure they get the best bang out of the buck they spent on Fazlu.
 

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Pakistani PM Khan faces a tough political challenge as an anti-government march to topple his government set off on Sunday. Khan's woes have been aggravated by a deteriorating economy and accusations of bad governance.
Rallies now to force a premature change of government are just as wrong as when the same was done to the previous government.

We must allow governments to complete their tenure and force an orderly transition of power at election time, and never prematurely, and without interference from those who are used to manipulating the results.

That is the only way Pakistan can improve its governance. There are no short cuts.
 

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The video below was Sukkur where crowd still seem small but as per the news, a few are coming from Balochistan to join them and then few more will join in Multan and Lahore respectively. Finally, the JUI'ans from Peshawar, Rawalpindi and Islamabad will join in when Maulana arrives on 31st. I doubt they will get the 1.5 million out as it would be too costly to feed and manage anyway.


 

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Why are you all responding to these idiots? They only want to spread negativity and hopelessness.

The video below was Sukkur where crowd still seem small but as per the news, a few are coming from Balochistan to join them and then few more will join in Multan and Lahore respectively. Finally, the JUI'ans from Peshawar, Rawalpindi and Islamabad will join in when Maulana arrives on 31st. I doubt they will get the 1.5 million out as it would be too costly to feed and manage anyway.


Let’s see if they can get 100,000 people. Tabligh Jamat Ijtema is also starting on 31th so JUI-F might lose some people.
 

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Authorities should get National ID number of all these bastards and send them tax notice
find out what Jobs they work in , and who provides them money

All members of Saffron army with no NIC should be picked up for an investigation to confirm their Pakistani Citizenship

If any None PAKISTANI Protester is found , put treason charges on these political party
 
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