In Islamabad, the Prime Minister will lead a protest against traitors.

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A protest against traitors will be led by the Prime Minister in Islamabad.

Prime Minister Imran Khan has announced that he will attend a protest rally in Islamabad organised by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to expose the opposition’s turncoats.

Responding to phone calls during a live question-and-answer session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the elections were called in response to opposition parties’ demands.

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“I will participate in a protest demonstration outside Islamabad’s Red Zone on Monday night to expose turncoats who change their loyalties for the sake of money,” he said, urging people to protest in other cities as well.

In response to a question, the prime minister stated that Pakistan cannot progress unless people who care about the country are elected to parliament. He stated that party tickets would be awarded after careful consideration and that he would personally interview the candidates.

He claimed that those who had defected from the party’s politics had come to an end. “I’ve learned my lesson, and in future elections, I’ll never award tickets to traitors.”

The prime minister, speaking about the Punjab Chief Minister election, said that legislators’ consciences are being bought as well, and he has asked his party workers to stage a peaceful protest in Lahore as well.

The opposition parties have been criticising the government’s performance for the past three and a half years, and the question now is why they have gone to the Supreme Court now that their demand has been accepted and the assembly has been dissolved, according to Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The opposition parties, according to the prime minister, only want the government to abolish the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and their corruption cases. He stated that they intend to manage polls by implementing changes at various levels, including the bureaucracy.

In response to a question, the Prime Minister stated that he is not anti-American and that he wishes to maintain cordial relations with all countries, including the United States, but that these relations must be founded on mutual respect, honour, and dignity.

He also stated that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will form the next government in Sindh and will eradicate poverty in the province. He stated that his party wants Karachi to have a directly elected mayor to ensure that civic facilities and development are available.

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