Imran crossed red line, says MQM-P


Incite mutiny in the national institutions

The Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) accused former prime minister Imran Khan of attempting to incite mutiny in the national institutions and claimed that the PTI leader had crossed a line and that it was high time to hold him responsible for his recent comments against the military leadership. 

MQM-P convener Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui questioned how the head of a national party was pursuing his political agenda in the midst of the worst crisis the nation has ever experienced in the wake of recent floods while speaking at a press conference at the party’s temporary headquarters in Bahadurabad. 

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Imran Khan has stepped a red line

“Imran Khan has stepped a red line and raised doubts about the loyalty and patriotism of the military services leadership while addressing a gathering in Faisalabad,” he claimed.

“Now the national institutions ought to ask Imran Khan for an explanation of his remarks. The PTI leader truly made an attempt to incite rebellion in the national institutions, but he abjectly failed. Despite this, he owes the country many explanations.”

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