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After 7 months, started to restore links with establishment,Rasheed

Today is a new dawn, new politics, a new beginning, judo karate is over, AML Chief

Rawalpindi: Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed has said that after 7 months he has started to restore relations with the establishment.

Addressing a press conference at Lal Haveli, the former interior minister said that today is a new dawn, new politics, a new beginning, judo karate is over. All the political parties congratulated the army chief including me. They said that we will leave Lal Haveli at 12 o’clock tomorrow and go to Murree Road. He claimed that elections are going to be held in April and May, there is no other solution, if anyone has a solution then come forward.

Sheikh Rasheed said that the people fell into the mill of inflation and Ishaq Dar failed. A new history of politics is being set in Rawalpindi. What Imran Khan will announce tomorrow will be implemented. Everyone has welcomed the change of army leadership. General Bajwa also said that the economic situation is very serious. Imran Khan took the best decision, the President took the best decision in a timely manner.

The head of Awami Muslim League further said that the decision of sit-in and rally will be Imran Khan’s. The government is a complete failure and poor enemy. Imran Khan’s life is in danger. Imran Khan can solve economic problems only with the support of the people. Pakistan is close to default. After tomorrow March we will start preparing for elections. The political grave of 13 political parties has been dug. Will not let the imported government run away.

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Sheikh Rasheed said that I have no contact with the establishment for 7 months. Now I have started to be active, I am standing with Imran Khan. The military is moving away from politics. 13 party parties are also going away. NAB cases will be restored. All of them have gone to jail again. Rawalpindi stands by Imran Khan like a rock.

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