Opposition leaders sat in Islamabad’s Sindh House with “bags full of money” to practise horse-trading, Prime Minister Imran Khan said.
Imran stated the opposition was using money that belonged to the people of Sindh while speaking in Saidu Sharif, Swat.
He said he will take “three wickets in one ball” to overcome the no-confidence motion.
Imran said the PPP, JUI-F, and PML-N brought the no-confidence motion against him because they feared being charged with corruption if the PTI stayed in office. “I shall hunt the three mice that hunt me.”
Ahead of the no-confidence vote, he urged people to attend the PTI demonstration in Islamabad on March 27 to show their support for the truth and against the “slaves of America”.
Imran commended his Foreign Office and government for getting a UN resolution against Islamophobia enacted.
For lack of a belief system, the opposition never brought Islamophobia to the UN or OIC. Money is their god, Imran added.
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The PM urged everyone to compare the opposition parties’ term with his own three-and-a-half years. This includes bountiful crops, record textile exports, and record tax receipts.
He stated that the administration successfully battled Covid-19 and that the world admired their policy.