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Pakistanis prefer to go down with me than supporting ‘three stooges’: PM Imran Khan


Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday termed opposition politicians — Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari — “three stooges”, quipping that he was thankful to them for filing a no-trust motion against him that had “lifted my party”.

Addressing the Pakistan Overseas Convention in Islamabad, the premier shared that he told party members the opposition’s no-trust move was a “blessing” as it had “lifted” the entire party and now “everyone” was heading to the capital for the PTI’s rally at D-Chowk on March 27.
“I was thinking of how the country changed suddenly in 10 days, inflation was forgotten and my entire party was lifted.”
All the opposition politicians used to call each other corrupt, he said, thanking them for coming together so the nation could see that “if they are the ones to save Pakistan, it is better to drown with Imran Khan”.
The premier said that PTI had struggled from the grassroots which is why the opposition parties could not compete with it.
“This is a difficult time and people are facing difficulties due to inflation but they (the opposition) misunderstood and thought people had forgotten about their corruption and they fell into the captain’s trap,” he said, asserting that the opposition would “fail” not only in making the no-confidence resolution successful but also in the upcoming general elections.

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