ISLAMABAD: Allah has blessed us with rain, khan said

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Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan, whose party is holing a major anti-rigging rally in Islamabad today, says Sunday’s downpour in the federal capital is a grace of God.

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“Allah has blessed us with rain and cool temperatures today. PMLN cannot stop r workers, thru pressure & force, from reaching D Chowk,” said the PTI chief in his message on Twitter.

Khan says ‘fearful’ government is stopping PTI workers from getting to the rally.

“PMLN’s desperate efforts 2 stop PTI workers from reaching Islamabad shows their utter fear their massive electoral fraud will be exposed.”

“May Allah keep all r workers safe as they overcome hurdles to reach D chowk & assert their democratic right to protest for justice.”

“Reports coming from all over Punjab abt govt thru DCOs & police using pressure 2 stop ppl from coming 4 r protest.Pl take pics & send 2 us,” Khan said on Twitter.

PTI chief Imran Khan has warned that the regime would be held responsible for any agitation or anarchy if the party supporters were barred from taking part in the rally against irregularities in last year’s general elections.

Khan blames the ruling PML-N for massive rigging in Punjab, the stronghold of Nawaz Sharif’s politics. He says the PTI is protesting against ‘judiciary’s failure’ to give justice to the party.

May 11 marks the passing of a year since the 2013 general elections.

Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan, whose party is holing a major anti-rigging rally in Islamabad today, says Sunday’s downpour in the federal capital is a grace of God.

“Allah has blessed us with rain and cool temperatures today. PMLN cannot stop r workers, thru pressure & force, from reaching D Chowk,” said the PTI chief in his message on Twitter.

Khan says ‘fearful’ government is stopping PTI workers from getting to the rally.

“PMLN’s desperate efforts 2 stop PTI workers from reaching Islamabad shows their utter fear their massive electoral fraud will be exposed.”

“May Allah keep all r workers safe as they overcome hurdles to reach D chowk & assert their democratic right to protest for justice.”

“Reports coming from all over Punjab abt govt thru DCOs & police using pressure 2 stop ppl from coming 4 r protest.Pl take pics & send 2 us,” Khan said on Twitter.

PTI chief Imran Khan has warned that the regime would be held responsible for any agitation or anarchy if the party supporters were barred from taking part in the rally against irregularities in last year’s general elections.

Khan blames the ruling PML-N for massive rigging in Punjab, the stronghold of Nawaz Sharif’s politics. He says the PTI is protesting against ‘judiciary’s failure’ to give justice to the party.

May 11 marks the passing of a year since the 2013 general elections.

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