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Khan follows the rule ‘Politics is not 2+2=4’

Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan is under huge fire again as he announced to celebrate “Youm e Tashakur” instead of Islamabad Lock Down just after the first hearing of Panama Leaks petition submitted by PTI, Jamaat e Islami and Awami Muslim League  in Supreme Court.

Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan, who lost his first election, grabbed just only one seat from Mianwali in his second election and then jolted the politics in Pakistan by emerging as Pakistan’s second largest party of Pakistan, still facing the lectures to learn the politics.

This is not the first time that Pakistani most charming and aggressive politician facing the criticism from the opposition parties.

It is important to mention here that when Imran Khan started the set-in in Islamabad, political leaders slammed him for his decision and when he gave the pack up call then again they criticised his decision but his demand of re-opening of four constituencies became right as Ayyaz Sddiq and Saddique Baloch declared Null and Void and Khawaja Asif’s decision is in pipe line.

Same was the case here on Tuesday as Imran Khan postponed the Lock Down call as SC asked Sharif Family to submit an answer on Thursday regarding off-shore companies and flats in United Kingdom.

It is worth mentioning here that before today’s historical hearing in SC, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz was not willing to put Prime Minister’s name in TORs but today SC put name of Nawaz Sharif in it.

There is a rule in Politics that “There is no last word in the politics” and Imran Khan today followed it but still facing enormous censure. Now question is that, what we want from Imran Khan, What other opposition parties want from him?

Imran Khan is chairman of Pakistan second largest party, and people sitting in front of TV, eating pop corns trying to teach him politics but he has its own vision and plans.



Blogger| Ummer Faizan