Gabol announces to join PTI’s Islamabad protest


Senior politician Nabeel Gabol on Sunday announced to join the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) protest in Islamabad, saying the incumbent Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government was on a ventilator breathing its last breath.

Talking to media persons at his residence in Karachi along with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders on Sunday, he said that leaders of the ruling party were engaged in worsening the political situation of the country while conspiracies were being hatched against the stability and sovereignty of the country at Prime Minister (PM) House.

He said that a lieutenant colonel of Pakistan Army was martyred and a three-day-old died due to steps that were taken by the government to stop the PTI convoys proceeding towards the federal capital.

Gabol alleged that PM Nawaz by engaging the establishment towards the deteriorated situation at Line of Control (LoC) continued to enjoy the power. The premier was in a deal with Indian PM and international powers, due to which he needed to be treated under Article VI of the constitution, he blamed.

He said that due to slackness of the election commission and slow response of the judiciary, masses and PTI were disappointed in the two and wanted them both for an active role in the prevailing circumstances.

In the wake of the current situation, all opposition parties should support PTI in its struggle to mend the situation, Gabol said, adding that though he was not personally in Bani Gala, but will attend the PTI’s protest rally wherever it would be held.

He said that PM should step down prior November 2 protest, and if the government tried to stop PTI’s march, it would be responsible for the aftermath.

Gabol said that the political forces of the country should make a decision whether they would stand by the prime minister or the country.

Gabol, while rejecting the claims regarding joining any political party, said that he would contest general election of 2018 from his Lyari constituency. He held Sindh Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza responsible for the prevailing situation in Lyari.




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