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Imran said the PTI people had weapons on them too and he was afraid that the country will now face riots​


Despite making continuous claims of holding a peaceful march towards the federal capital, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan admitted that the protesters coming with him during the "Azadi March" were carrying weapons with them.


Speaking at an interview with a private TV channel about the PTI's "Azadi March" and the clashes between the party members and the police, the former premier said that he felt that the country would have gone towards anarchy.

"There was already hatred among the people due to raids carried out by the Punjab Police a day prior to the march," said Khan, adding that "he was 100% sure that the situation would lead to chaos."

"Our people had weapons on them too. I was afraid that the country will now face riots," Khan told the journalist.



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He said that this would have led to hatred against the police, the institutions and a division in the country among the people and this situation would have only benefited the "thieves" in power.

Talking about the raids on the houses of several PTI leaders, he said that the government blamed the PTI for the martyred constable's death. "Anyone would have thought that a thief has entered a house at 2am," he said. "We have never engaged in politics of provocation."

Meanwhile, Imran Khan on Monday requested the Supreme Court of Pakistan to appoint monitoring judges in the cases involving Sharifs. Addressing a lawyers’ convention in Peshawar, he said the PTI was waiting for the Supreme Court ruling regarding the long march and also sought protection from the SC.

Imran Khan said all previous governments in Pakistan were removed because of corruption with the exception of the PTI-led one, Geo News reported. "Since our government was not removed due to corruption, people took to the streets instead of distributing sweets."

He said that the current political milieu of the country was posing a real challenge for the judiciary as well as the lawyers in the country. "I, therefore, want the lawyer's community to support me as they and the judiciary as a whole play an important role in saving the country," he said.

During the speech, Imran Khan once again criticised the incumbent government and blamed it for conspiring with the United States to oust him. The PTI chairman then went on to explain how US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Donald Lu threatened the Pakistani ambassador to the US and detailed how, according to him, the PTI-led government was removed from power by the then opposition.

"They [the then opposition] comprised bootlickers, that's why the US wanted to bring them back to power." Praising his government's performance, the ex-PM claimed that Pakistan performed better in the last two years in the economic sector as compared to the past.


 

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Never understood this scum of a journalist Talat.

The PTI were at the receiving end of all the mayhem but PTI protestors carrying weapons (but not using it) are to be blamed.
 

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Pakistan is in top-10 countries of most firearms held by civilians. So basically it's nothing of a big deal.

Imran Khan has never done politics of chaos, he always played by the rules.

It's the PDM mix-achaar government that fired 35,000 teargas shells on women, children and elderly. According to reports on 25-26th May, a child died from inhaling teargas.


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Imran said the PTI people had weapons on them too and he was afraid that the country will now face riots​


Despite making continuous claims of holding a peaceful march towards the federal capital, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan admitted that the protesters coming with him during the "Azadi March" were carrying weapons with them.


Speaking at an interview with a private TV channel about the PTI's "Azadi March" and the clashes between the party members and the police, the former premier said that he felt that the country would have gone towards anarchy.

"There was already hatred among the people due to raids carried out by the Punjab Police a day prior to the march," said Khan, adding that "he was 100% sure that the situation would lead to chaos."

"Our people had weapons on them too. I was afraid that the country will now face riots," Khan told the journalist.



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He said that this would have led to hatred against the police, the institutions and a division in the country among the people and this situation would have only benefited the "thieves" in power.

Talking about the raids on the houses of several PTI leaders, he said that the government blamed the PTI for the martyred constable's death. "Anyone would have thought that a thief has entered a house at 2am," he said. "We have never engaged in politics of provocation."

Meanwhile, Imran Khan on Monday requested the Supreme Court of Pakistan to appoint monitoring judges in the cases involving Sharifs. Addressing a lawyers’ convention in Peshawar, he said the PTI was waiting for the Supreme Court ruling regarding the long march and also sought protection from the SC.

Imran Khan said all previous governments in Pakistan were removed because of corruption with the exception of the PTI-led one, Geo News reported. "Since our government was not removed due to corruption, people took to the streets instead of distributing sweets."

He said that the current political milieu of the country was posing a real challenge for the judiciary as well as the lawyers in the country. "I, therefore, want the lawyer's community to support me as they and the judiciary as a whole play an important role in saving the country," he said.

During the speech, Imran Khan once again criticised the incumbent government and blamed it for conspiring with the United States to oust him. The PTI chairman then went on to explain how US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Donald Lu threatened the Pakistani ambassador to the US and detailed how, according to him, the PTI-led government was removed from power by the then opposition.

"They [the then opposition] comprised bootlickers, that's why the US wanted to bring them back to power." Praising his government's performance, the ex-PM claimed that Pakistan performed better in the last two years in the economic sector as compared to the past.


Then u should be thankful to IK for moving back otherwise your gullu butt could have got appropriate response ...
 

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Imran said the PTI people had weapons on them too and he was afraid that the country will now face riots​


Despite making continuous claims of holding a peaceful march towards the federal capital, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan admitted that the protesters coming with him during the "Azadi March" were carrying weapons with them.


Speaking at an interview with a private TV channel about the PTI's "Azadi March" and the clashes between the party members and the police, the former premier said that he felt that the country would have gone towards anarchy.

"There was already hatred among the people due to raids carried out by the Punjab Police a day prior to the march," said Khan, adding that "he was 100% sure that the situation would lead to chaos."

"Our people had weapons on them too. I was afraid that the country will now face riots," Khan told the journalist.



Related Stories​



He said that this would have led to hatred against the police, the institutions and a division in the country among the people and this situation would have only benefited the "thieves" in power.

Talking about the raids on the houses of several PTI leaders, he said that the government blamed the PTI for the martyred constable's death. "Anyone would have thought that a thief has entered a house at 2am," he said. "We have never engaged in politics of provocation."

Meanwhile, Imran Khan on Monday requested the Supreme Court of Pakistan to appoint monitoring judges in the cases involving Sharifs. Addressing a lawyers’ convention in Peshawar, he said the PTI was waiting for the Supreme Court ruling regarding the long march and also sought protection from the SC.

Imran Khan said all previous governments in Pakistan were removed because of corruption with the exception of the PTI-led one, Geo News reported. "Since our government was not removed due to corruption, people took to the streets instead of distributing sweets."

He said that the current political milieu of the country was posing a real challenge for the judiciary as well as the lawyers in the country. "I, therefore, want the lawyer's community to support me as they and the judiciary as a whole play an important role in saving the country," he said.

During the speech, Imran Khan once again criticised the incumbent government and blamed it for conspiring with the United States to oust him. The PTI chairman then went on to explain how US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Donald Lu threatened the Pakistani ambassador to the US and detailed how, according to him, the PTI-led government was removed from power by the then opposition.

"They [the then opposition] comprised bootlickers, that's why the US wanted to bring them back to power." Praising his government's performance, the ex-PM claimed that Pakistan performed better in the last two years in the economic sector as compared to the past.


But followed the orders of their leader and didn't use them.


They also admitted that Pashtoons wanted to bring their guns with them. But were stopped by party representatives.


Pistols are normal in Pakistan but now noonie Ps like you will do propaganda on this.

Why were they holding arms at the first place?? Police was disarmed but protestors were armed??
Police had guns one them with atleast rubber bullets.

Secondly police was using tear gas as weapon. Shooting it on faces of protesters.
 

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But followed the orders of their leader and didn't use them.


They also admitted that Pashtoons wanted to bring their guns with them. But were stopped by party representatives.


Pistols are normal in Pakistan but now noonie Ps like you will do propaganda on this.


Police had guns one them with atleast rubber bullets.

Secondly police was using tear gas as weapon. Shooting it on faces of protesters.

These were not the pistols only, remember a catche recovered from GS PTI Lahore ans licenses were issued by PTI government in just last 1-1/2 years, it seems PTI wants to create a militant wing.
 

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These were not the pistols only, remember a catche recovered from GS PTI Lahore ans licenses were issued by PTI government in just last 1-1/2 years, it seems PTI wants to create a militant wing.
If PTI wanted to create militant wing as you are trying hard to claim it would have been done by now.

As for that cache we all know how easy it is to plant guns like that.

Baaki just heard your MastaRani claim 30rs increase in petrol price was done by Khan. She claimed Khan did the deal with IMF. 😂
 

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If PTI wanted to create militant wing as you are trying hard to claim it would have been done by now.

As for that cache we all know how easy it is to plant guns like that.

Baaki just heard your MastaRani claim 30rs increase in petrol price was done by Khan. She claimed Khan did the deal with IMF. 😂

Plant??

They have produced licenses next day:

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All the licenses were issued when there was a complete ban on arms' licenses.
 

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Thank God Khan turned back. Hopefully he will rejoin parilament and would make life miserable for the government in the parliament house. That's the democratic way. That's the only way so that one day people would realize that this country needs a genuine political leadership free from family dynasties or the fuedal lords. Another thing....We need another political party. Another platfrom which should be true representative party of middle or lower middle class Pakistanis. Only even a handful of such representatives can dictate their terms in Parliament house.
 

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