Imran Khan depicted as Hindu god, Pakistan ministry asked to act

Sergio Conner
April 13, 2018

In order to turn the Muslim majority of Pakistan against Imran Khan, who has allegedly gained a lot of support from the Hindu communities in Pakistan, an offensive post was shared on social media platform by the supporters of Nawaz Sharif.

With a couple of days left for Pakistan's General Elections which is scheduled in July, supports of different parties took out an interesting way to make the supporters go against cricketer turned politician Imran Khan.

Siraj Ahmad Khan was elected Member National Assembly from NA-6 Noushera-II. He said his party backs demand for a separate province in south Punjab adding the demand is a result of disempowerment of the local governments.

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Imran also praised the apex court's decision on granting voting rights to overseas Pakistanis and condemned his political opponent Fazlur Rehman's statement regarding them. He said the it was necessary that there is mutual consultation on the caretaker setup to ensure that the next elections are held free and fair.

He said his party's parliamentary board formed to award party tickets for the next general elections would not only rely exclusively on affiliation and ideology of a ticket-seeker, rather his/her capability to successfully contest and win elections would be equally considered. He urged to mainstream FATA by introducing local government system and devolve power to local people. "They have hurt the sentiments of Hindu Pakistanis, who have equal rights and stake in this great country". "The Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf hailed the efforts of the Chief Justice of Pakistan to grant voting rights to the overseas Pakistanis", the CEC of the PTI said in a resolution. "We will show these crooks and their aides that nation stands shoulder to shoulder by the Supreme Court", Khan said adding his fight was not against the Sharif family but a mafia which was hell-bent upon discrediting the state institutions, responsible for the widespread of corruption in the country.

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