PM Nawaz invites Imran Khan to visit him in PM house

BHAWALPUR: The Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, while inaugurating first solar energy park in Bhawalpur invited Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman, Imran Khan to come to a visit in PM house.

According to the reports, Nawaz invited Imran Khan to come visit him in PM house, whereas he also mentioned that keeping double standard on election rigging was not right.

Nawaz in his speech said that, ““I had come to your house. Now I invite you to come meet me at Prime Minister house. Come and tell me your stance. You have been in politics from a very long time an now it’s not a perfect time to stop.”

Meanwhile, Nawaz also asked Imran Khan about the objectives of the protest on May 11.

The May 11 protest signifies the speech of Imran Khan, in which he vowed to bring down the PML-N Govt., whereas he also claimed that during the last elections rigging was on it’s peak and he will bring all these rigging games on screen, for which he has called in for a protest on May 11 at D-Chown Islamabad.

Meanwhile, PTI leader Shafqat Mehmood claimed that the PML-N Govt. is continuously trying to harass their party workers, leaders and even the bus drivers from stopping them to enter into their entity.

On the other hand, PML-N rejected all these claims charged on them by PTI and said that the roads have been blocked for all the travelers, but not particularly for PTI party worker, as a development project is underway.

PML-N spokesman also mentioned that six points have been closed down due to Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metro bus Project, whereas he said that if the PTI party in the end wants to conduct this so-called protest can en route their party workers from another alternate route.