‘Next 72 hours will decide the fate of elections’: Sheikh Rashid

RAWALPINDI: Awami Muslim League (AML) chief and former interior minister Sheikh Rasheed on Sunday said that the next 72 hours will decide fate of the elections, warning the PML-N and PPP leadership to get their corruption cases closed by April 30 or be ready to go to the jail.

Taking to the social media platform Twitter Sheikh Rasheed said that Imran Khan cannot be expelled by force.

The AML chief stated that the caretaker government’s term will expire in 90 days. There weren’t enough members of the “Group of 13” to submit nomination paperwork.

He added that it was a blessing from God that they had only found a Kalashnikov rifle in Zaman Park and not cannon.

 “No one cares about the poor who is dying in distress. People will go tired waiting for Nawaz Sharif,” he said.

The former interior minister said that the US and China had ‘refused’ to bail out Pakistan. Both the countries were asking Pakistan to introduce economic reforms. He said Ishaq Dar could not finish talks in three months. He had to bring down dollar value to Rs200 but contrary to that its value went up to Rs300.

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