Pakistan Muslim League (N)`s agreement on the 20th amendment is oppression on the nation, Saifullah Khan Niazi speaks at PP 11 workers convention

Rawalpindi: Additional secretary general Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Saifullah Khan Niazi has criticized the MPL(N) for agreeing with the government on the 20th amendment stating that Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari are both looting the country together. The 20th amendment is oppression on the nation from the both of them.

The PTI’s Tsunami will sweep away the corrupt political culture from the country. He was addressing a workers convention at Khayaban-e- Sar Sayed in PP 11. Former district Nazim Rawalpindi Tariq Kiyani, RO Islamabad Ziyad Abbasi, Do Arif Abbasi, Chaudhary Zubair, Rahat Qadoosi, former MPA Raja Rashid Hafeez, General secretary north Punjab Hina Manzoor and RO north Punjab Sadaqat Ali Abbasi were also present at the convention.

Saifullah Khan Niazi said that Zardari’s government was not able to survive for long but Nawaz Sharif always supported it. This is because both of them are looting the country together. One wants to save his federal government while the other wants to save Punjab government, he added.

He said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has become a leading political power from Karachi to Khyber. Addressing the convention organizer north Punjab Professor Sadaqat Ali Abbasi said that the PTI’s Popularity is itching the so called factotums and the go Zardari go movement has now changed into a movement against Imran Khan. PTI wants free judiciary and the rule of law in the country. We will change the whole scenario of Pakistani politics as the people are now ready for a change, he added.

He said that there is no opposition in the parliament , the two so called big political parties of the country are fooling the nation and making money. The PTI will hang the corrupt once it comes into power. Tariq Kiyani, Ziyad Abbasi, Arif Abassi and Jamshed Mughal also addressed the convention.

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