Skip to comments.Deposed Pakistani PM calls for 'revolution' in talk to crowd
Posted on 08/13/2017 12:41:56 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Deposed Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif called Saturday for a change and revolution in the country to ensure the sanctity of the vote as he addressed a large gathering of his supporters in his home town of Lahore.
Concluding his four-day journey, which began in Islamabad and culminated in a rally in Lahore, the capital of Punjab province, Sharif was clearly delighted to address the tens of thousands who gathered near the famous shrine of Data Darbar.
After a Supreme Court decision disqualified him last month for concealing assets, Sharif traveled with a long cavalcade from Islamabad Wednesday. He stayed overnight in three different cities. Authorities stopped vehicles, except for Sharifs and ministers, at the entrance to the city because of the massive crowds. [ ]
Sharif said that over the past 70 years, no prime minister in Pakistan has been permitted to complete their term, making the country and its people suffer. He told the crowd that he was ready to give his life to change the destiny of the country and its people.
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This is not a good time to have unrest in Pakistan!
Pakistan is constantly in turmoil - because it is one of the most corrupt, violent, illiterate, in-bred cultures in the world.
The sensible policy would be to leave Pakistan alone, but never allow its citizens into civilized countries.
Or just have India nuke it.
Sounds like a plan.
“Pakistan is constantly in turmoil - because it is one of the most corrupt, violent, illiterate, in-bred cultures in the world. The sensible policy would be to leave Pakistan alone, but never allow its citizens into civilized countries.”
You speak absolute truth, and in a very concise manner.
We can 'blame' the last Viceroy of India for Pakistan. Had he not separated the Muzzie part of India from India, I believe the rest of India would have dealt as necessary with the Muzzie's.
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