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No-confidence motion aims dismantling NAB: PM Imran

PML-N supremo resorts to yellow journalism, paid off judges, and bought members of parliaments, says PM



No-confidence motion aims dismantling NAB: PM Imran
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KAMALIA: Prime Minister Imran Khan Saturday thanked "three stooges" — PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif, PPP Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari, and PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman — for boosting PTI's support base.

"People were frightened after seeing their faces. They became afraid that the three stooges might return to power. Thus, the masses turned towards me and even those, who were against PTI, have now started supporting us," the prime minister told a rally in Kamalia.

The prime minister has been addressing back-to-back rallies which will lead up to the ruling PTI's public gathering in Islamabad tomorrow (March 27), touted as a referendum for PM Imran Khan.

In today's gathering, the prime minister said the "only objective" behind the Opposition's no-confidence motion against him was to come into power and close "all of their corruption cases" and dismantle the National Accountability Bureau (NAB)

PM Imran Khan said once the Opposition comes into power and closes all the corruption cases, PML-N supremo would return to Pakistan from London, take support from the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and "attack the courts".

The prime minister said the PML-N supremo had started "yellow journalism, paid off judges, and bought members of parliaments" to achieve his own goals.

PM Imran Khan said as Nawaz was "corrupt", he would not let a free judiciary thrive, therefore, his major target would be the courts. "He — despite being in London — has already divided the Supreme Court judges."

"After all these things, his next target will be the Pakistan Army. He has had issues with every army chief that he has appointed," the prime minister said about Nawaz.

Giving a reason behind Nawaz's "issues with army chiefs", PM Imran Khan said the army's agencies are the first ones who get information about the PML-N supremo's "corruption".

"He wants to control them as he already controls other institutions. Nawaz also met [Indian PM Narendra] Modi secretively in Nepal," the prime minister said.

On the no-confidence motion, PM Imran Khan warned the Opposition that his losing power was "a small price to pay" and he would go after the Opposition even if it costs him "his life".