Imran Khan, Maryam Nawaz and cipher

TAXILA    –    Imran lashed out on PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz about the bluff done by Shahbaz sharif to the people of Pakistan.

Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek- e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said that PML-N vice-president Maryam Nawaz wanted the cipher to be lost somewhere so that the public will not know about the conspiracy between her uncle Shehbaz Sharif and the US, but by doing so, she has given new life to the cipher. While addressing a public gathering in Taxila on Sunday, he said that “They have started a new drama regarding the disappearance of the cipher while its master copy is in the office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs… Maryam Nawaz can ask her ambassador about it,” Imran said, adding, “those who could prevent the conspiracy from succeeding, if they call themselves neutral at this time, the nation will never forgive them.” He said that the nation is ready to sacrifice their lives for real independence. He alleged, the current rul­ers have gotten another NRO and they are trying to scare us every other day. Today, inflation in Paki­stan is at a 50-year high, he said, adding that these peo­ple are not doing anything for the masses after com­ing into power but are only trying to end their corrup­tion cases. “They’ve been forgiven for Rs1,100 billion theft. From 2008 to 2018, Pakistan’s debt increased by four times.” The deposed prime minister, who was out of power after the vote of no confidence passed against him in the Nation­al Assembly on April 10, said that those who could prevent the “conspiracy” from succeeding, if they call themselves neutral at this time, the nation will never forgive them. Imran Khan challenged the rulers to ar­rest him instead of giving threats. “This is the move­ment of real independence and we are ready to face jails. I am ready to go to jail and my nation as well. We are not afraid of jail.” Imran said that Finance Minister Ishaq Dar was even more coward than former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. “Un­less there was a deal, Ishaq Dar could not have returned but he has,” he added.

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