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Islamabad [Pakistan]24 October (ANI): Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said holding a meeting with the opposition was a mistake, criticizing them for using “such language” against soldiers “not even the enemy uses”.
“This is also our big mistake. Even though General Bajwa had told me they would meet. Fulan came to meet. They will chat. I think this is a big mistake. They shouldn’t have met. We shouldn’t have met them. What one gets from the meeting [them]? “Khan said in an interview with Ary News, Friday as quoted by Dawn.
Khan added, “Today the offense they committed, the language they used against the army, even the enemy didn’t use that kind of language. So what do you get? “
Khan said those attending the meeting wanted amnesty for their theft and added that even if the graves were dug, he “would not spare them”.
“Whoever meets, what they want [but] NRO. Amnesty for their theft. Either you decide that you will spare their booty. For me, even if my graves are dug up, until I am alive, I will not spare them. General Musharraf did the worst to Pakistan when he gave them the NRO under pressure, “said Khan.
“Whether I am in power or not, this thief will never come back to power. I will take people to the streets when they return to power, ”the Pakistani Prime Minister added.
Talking about the reported kidnapping of the Sindh Police Inspector General, Khan said it was a comedy and asked who was kidnapped.
“Who was kidnapped?… I believe this is a comedy. When I think about that, I laugh. What happened? It is a pity that all the enemies of Pakistan are with them. “
Khan further called former prime minister Nawaz Sharif greedy and added that money is their God. “Nawaz Sharif is greedy. Money is their god, ”he added.
Khan also said that since getting Nawaz extradited from Britain would be a “long process”, his government was pushing for him to be deported “which could happen soon”.
“We are in regular contact with their officials. We are making full efforts to have him deported, ”said the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
“If I have to, I will go and talk to Boris Johnson,” he added.
This comes after anti-government protests recently held in Karachi in which political parties under the banner of a joint opposition alliance – the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) – protested against Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ‘puppet’ government and demanded his resignation. Thousands of people participated in the rally in Karachi.
After the demonstration, the husband of Pakistan Muslim League leader-Nawaz Maryam Nawaz, Safdar Awan was arrested from his hotel room. Safdar has now been released on bail.
Almost all police officers at the Sindh Police applied for leave in protest at the insults directed at Sindh IGP Mushtaq Mehr, during the story of PML-N leader Safdar Awan’s arrest, The News International reported.
PML-N leaders and spokespersons Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz and former Sindh Governor Muhammad Zubair said that IGP Sindh was ‘kidnapped’ by Rangers who forced him to file an FIR for Safdar’s arrest. (ANI)



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