Azad Kashmir Election: PM to address rally in Muzaffarabad today

Addressing an election rally in the Bhimber area of Azad Kashmir yesterday, the prime minister said that even if party leaders are not honest, and the candidates contesting the election are, "they will not be able to do anything (honest)".

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will address a rally in Muzaffarabad today for the Azad Kashmir election campaign.

The news was confirmed by Faisal Javed Khan on his official Twitter account that after successful meetings in Bagh, Bhimber, and Mirpur, today it is Muzaffarabad’s turn. In the message, Khan said that PTI Chairman and PM Imran Khan will address a meeting in Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir this afternoon.

Faisal Javed Khan said that the confusion between PML-N and PPP has made it clear that defeat in the Azad Kashmir elections has become the fate of the opposition. Earlier, the prime minister had said that Nawaz Sharif and his family should face an independent judiciary. He slammed the PML-N and said that Nawaz Sharif had fled the country by acting.

Addressing an election rally in the Bhimber area of Azad Kashmir yesterday, the prime minister said that even if party leaders are not honest, and the candidates contesting the election are, “they will not be able to do anything (honest)”.

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“But if your leader is honest and if the candidate is a cheat, he will fear doing anything (dishonest). If the leader is not chasing money, he won’t let others chase it either,” the premier said. The prime minister said that if one does research on the poorest countries of the world, they will find that their state is such because there are “Nawaz Sharifs” and “Asif Ali Zardaris” there too.