Imran Khan prays Pakistan ‘breaks chains’ that stand in way of ‘freedom’

On the night of the 27th of Ramadan, former prime minister Imran Khan urged the nation to pray that the country “breaks the chains that stand in the way of its freedom.”

Addressing a dua held on account of the holy night at Banigala, the PTI chairman said that nations who forget their ideology lose their existence. He also lamented that Pakistan could not progress towards Pakistan that the countrymen wanted.

“We had to turn Pakistan into a welfare state and stand on the principles of the state of Madinah, therefore, we should strive to make Pakistan stand on those principles,” said Imran Khan.

Talking about his government’s ouster, the former premier said that the no-confidence motion to remove him was an “interference” in the country’s freedom and through an external conspiracy “puppets” were imposed on Pakistan.

“We have to understand Allama Iqbal’s dream for Pakistan. We have to understand that Pakistan was not supposed to be turned into a normal country,” said the former prime minister. He added that Pakistan was “supposed to become a great nation” by standing on the principles of the state of Madinah.

“The nation should pray today that we break the chains that stand in the way of our freedom,” said the PTI chairman.

After the PTI leader’s address, religious scholar Maulana Tariq Jameel explained the significance of the 27th of Ramadan (Shab-e-Qadr or the night of power).

Earlier today, the PTI chairman tweeted that Pakistan was created on the holy night of 27th Ramadan on August 14, 1947.

“Today, on 27th Ramadan, I will be offering Dua at 10.00 pm with Maulana Tariq Jameel for the success of our movement for haqeeqi (real) democracy and the sovereignty of our beloved Pakistan,” the PTI chairman had tweeted.

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