Imran Khan has time till 31st January for resignation & going home:
Ahsan Iqbal

LAHORE,(MANEND NEWS): Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)
Secretary General and former interior minister Ahsan Iqbal Chaudhry
has said that if the grand dialogue will be held it will be held after the
departure of Imran Niazi, adding that we will jointly make and run
Pakistan but first things first Imran must go. Ahsan Iqbal said that
Imran Khan has time till 31st January for resignation and going home;
otherwise the sea of masses is coming to remove him from the
selected position. He said that such long march will be carried out that
the masses will forget all marches of Pakistan’s history.
This Ahsan Iqbal said while talking to media persons on the occasion of
the hearing of money laundering case against PML-N President and
Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly Mian Muhammad
Shehbaz Sharif and Leader of the Opposition in the Punjab Assembly
Muhammad Hamza Shehbaz Sharif in accountability court of Lahore.
PML-N Spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb, PML-N MNA Maiza Hameed
Gujjar and other party leaders were also present on the occasion.
Ahsan Iqbal said that Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) thinks
that sending the incompetent, incapable and failed government
packing is not the need of the politics but need of the 220 million
people of the country so that the people could regain the right of
Ahsan Iqbal said that the government has sold Kashmir and
surrendered Kashmir, adding that government is responsible for fall of
Kashmir, adding that India did a thing which it could not do for 72

He said that the government could only lodge false cases, adding that
the government has done PhD in lodging false cases. He said that the
government could not even prove and will not prove even 100 paisas
corruption in 100 days on Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif.
He said that the Lahore which was the most beautiful city of country
has been converted into the heap of garbage, adding that the whole
Pakistan is converting into the heap of garbage and it is the
performance of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.
He said that the struggle of PDM is not going on with the help of any
undemocratic force and it is running with the force of Pakistani
masses. Ahsan Iqbal said that the central point of the struggle of PDM
is that the Pakistani masses are owners of Pakistan, adding that
Pakistani establishment is not the owner of Pakistan. He said that we
all will have to jointly work for making Pakistan and method of it is
written in the constitution of Pakistan.
He said that Imran Niazi’s government is creating confrontation,
adding that the government wants confrontation of national
institutions with the masses. He said that the government instead of
defending its failures tries to hide behind the national institutions.
He said that in Pakistan mother of NRO is foreign funding case, adding
that from six years Imran Khan is running on NRO and his foreign
funding case has been closed and the day this case will open Imran
Khan and PTI both will go because in this case the funding of Israel
and India is present.
Ahsan Iqbal said that Mian Shehbaz Sharif has declared all assets and
government has failed to prove corruption of a single penny against
The PML-N leader claimed that National Accountability Bureau (NAB)
has inflicted a loss of Rs4 billion and spent more than apartments’
actual worth. He asked who will register a case against the anti-graft
watchdog for wasting foreign exchange reserves of the country.
While criticizing government over terrorism in Mach, the former
interior minister said that government has failed to maintain law and
order in the country and urged Sheikh Rashid to pay attention to
security situation.

Ahsan Iqbal also criticized government economic policies and said
consecutive hikes in power tariff have caused suffering to people.
Sending government packing is need of the entire nation, he added.

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