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PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal addresses a press conference in Islamabad, September 18, 2020. – Online / Files

PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal said on Saturday that the rule of law rules in the UK and not the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

Iqbal made comments in response to Prime Minister Imran Khan statement that he was willing to go to England if needed and spoke with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for the deportation of Nawaz Sharif from London.

The PML-N leader, speaking at the press conference, said that Nawaz would return only if he was medically fit to do so.

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“The opposition stands united under the umbrella of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM),” he continued, adding that only after two jalsas from an 11-party alliance, PM Imran Khan is already talking about the general election.

Iqbal said the government was targeting the October 25 PDM demonstration in Quetta to fail under the pretext of security threats

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“Tommorow’s Jalsa will be the biggest in Quetta’s history,” said Iqbal.

Jalsa Quetta is the third show of anti-government power of the Opposition. The first and second demonstrations were held in Gujranwala and Karachi, where the Opposition has criticized Prime Minister Imran Khan for his “failed” policies.

The Balochistan government urged the PDM to postpone the Quetta jalsa

The day before, the Balochistan government had urged the PDM leadership to postpone the October 25 jalsa in Quetta, citing security concerns.

“Terrorists are targeting the political leadership in Balochistan,” Liaquat Shahwani, spokesman for the Balochistan government, told a news conference.

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Shahwani’s comments came after the National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) in Islamabad rumored threat warning to Peshawar and Quetta, saying that the outlawed Pakistani militant group Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) planned terrorist activities in the two cities.

The authority statement said that the TTP aimed to target religious and political parties in bomb attacks and suicide bombings.



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