- “This fascist prime minister has no empathy for the people,” says PPP chief Sherry Rehman
- “Egoistic” and “ruthless” prime minister has set the worst instance, she says
- PPP chief says Imran Khan might be “Bani Gala’s prime minister, but not of the country”
PPP vice-president Senator Sherry Rehman on Friday stated that Prime Minister Imran Khan thinks that folks asking him to fulfil their simply calls for are blackmailing him.
Reacting to the primer’s speech, made a number of hours in the past, the PPP chief stated that the “egoistic” and “ruthless” prime minister has set the worst instance.
Slamming PM Imran Khan, Rehman stated that his assertion was “an insult to corpses of the slain coal miners.”
“He has proved that he is not only incompetent but also ruthless.”
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“This fascist prime minister has no empathy for the people […] The only brother of six sisters is dead; they have no man left in their family,” she famous.
“Does the prime minister still think that their demand is unjust?” she requested.
Rehman stated that the folks of the Hazara group have been calling on the nation’s prime minister and never Imran Khan as a person.
“Imran Khan can be Bani Gala’s prime minister, but not of the country.”
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The prime minister has made the demand of going to Quetta, in-person, a matter of his ego, Rehman added.
Hazaras have staged a steady sit-in in Quetta in freezing temperatures to demand justice for the coal miners gunned down in Machh final week.
The our bodies of the deceased have been stored the place the group is staging its demonstration on the Quetta-Sibi freeway (Western Bypass), close to the Hazara City.
‘Not burying the lifeless is akin to blackmailing’: PM Imran Khan
A couple of hours earlier, PM Imran Khan had stated that he was able to go to Quetta instantly if the protesting Hazara group buries the lifeless — however making the burial conditional on his go to is inappropriate.
Talking at a launch ceremony of Particular Expertise Zones Authority in Islamabad, the premier stated he needed to clear his place on the matter.
“All the demands put forth by the protesters have been accepted; therefore, making the burial [of the dead] conditional on the prime minister’s visit is not appropriate,” he stated.
“This is akin to blackmailing the prime minister.”
“Nowhere in the world can you blackmail a prime minister like this,” stated PM Imran Khan. “Because then [it opens the door for] every crook to stage a sit-in and demand corruption cases against them be withdrawn. This is very important.”
On Sunday, ten colliers had been killed and 4 others critically injured after armed males opened fireplace at them on the Machh coalfield in Balochistan’s Bolan district.
The coal miners, based on police, had been taken to close by mountains the place they had been shot.
The ten miners had been kidnapped earlier than daybreak on Sunday as they slept close to the distant coal mine within the southwestern mountainous Machh space — 60 kilometres southeast of Quetta metropolis.
The militant group Daesh has claimed the assault, based on SITE Intelligence, which displays militant actions worldwide.