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Imran Khan Asked Army Chief and Prime Minister Good Relation

Imran Khan Asked Army Chief and Prime Minister Good Relation

Imran Khan Asked Army Chief and Prime Minister Good Relation

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said that the army is not a bad thing to sit in a car chief and prime minister; PIA privatization process to run instead shot at them with employees of government, will offer charter of demands in Karachi; Since tax the rich people in the world is spent on the poor; reversal happening in Pakistan; Nawaz Sharif to Jeddah blows in the steel mill profit; Pakistan Steel Mill is closed.While the media before his departure for Karachi to Islamabad, Imran Khan said that she and the car chief minister the seating is not bad, if Nawaz Sharif would sit with the army’s support.Imran Khan said the PML-N government has imposed a tax on the estimated 98 per cent tax on diesel gas; tax is spent on welfare schemes, public and collect money from people; in Pakistan Amnesty schemes are being given money to people; Is laid the burden of taxes on the poor.In the three years of not having better property tax system Pakistanis 6 and a half billion in Dubai he said that opposition purchased work that is beneficial to the economic system that prompted the government. Privatization is thoughtful, is seen prior to privatization would benefit the nation, privatization of management will only work which will come upon the government, private sector, Mian Nawaz Sharif to Jeddah profit for steel mill blows ; Pakistan Steel Mill is closed. KP hospitals are not privatized, but that being said, change management work better on Imran Khan Today’s farmer is the most enduring much cruelty, had no drinking water in the country, but are orange train, people do not have a place to stay, be they tax the poor in our country; The rich are being exempted. Prime Minister Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif making profits in the billions of Steel; Pakistan is suffering from the steel mill destruction.

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