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What do you think about the Imran Khan Lahore jalsa?

Fahd Rasheed | 6 years ago

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Tags: Politics  ImranKhan  Lahore  Revolution 

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He is true man.This time he is only one hope for Nation. now NATION should stand.
durrani | 3 years ago
hmmm
Fahd Rasheed | 3 years ago
 

Asked by: Fahd Rasheed | 6 years ago | Answers: 9 | Views: 3258

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3 votes

Ahmad Hameed | 6 years ago

Answered by: Ahmad Hameed | 6 years ago

3 votes

Awais Amjad | 6 years ago


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Answered by: Awais Amjad | 6 years ago

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I hope that too.. Ameen
Nabeha | 6 years ago

3 votes

Usama Abdullah | 6 years ago

Answered by: Usama Abdullah | 6 years ago

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Yes!
Fahd Rasheed | 6 years ago

2 votes

Zainab Hussain | 6 years ago

Answered by: Zainab Hussain | 6 years ago

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I so agree with you Zainab..
Nabeha | 6 years ago
@Usama: Point yeh hay ke votes kia uski ko milay ge jisko diye gaye hay? dun you know how corrupt is the system? and this goes for all the parties, Im against these jalsas/rallies not PTI.
Well I dun think i shudnt get into this..main konsa vote ker sakti hoon. :)
Zainab Hussain | 6 years ago
@Fahd If you believe in everything that every party 'says' then you are doomed.. Just an advice
Nabeha | 6 years ago
Its just a statement from party which responds to Zainab's question.
Fahd Rasheed | 6 years ago

2 votes

Nabeha | 6 years ago

Answered by: Nabeha | 6 years ago

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There was nothing bias in that because I was talking about general behavior of us Pakistanis. They might have protested against drone attacks but how many people attended that protest as compared to ones which came now? because of strings? and yea why he is so active now when elections are coming near. where was he before? He was always a known figure in sports as well as politics.
Nabeha | 6 years ago
@nabeeha maybe its the way that things work in politics but I wud differ at one point, "My point is that don't praise anyone until u are 100% sure about him."
And how are you sure that IK is not good leader for Pk? How can you be so sure that he's only blackmailing?
And you need to follow the news more regularly, he has always been active.
Zainab Hussain | 6 years ago
If less people attended that protest, that doesn't say anything about PTI, does it? And btw everyone knows that almost all Pakistanis are against drone attacks. And really we can find faults in everything if we try hard enough, but if one looks at all things objectively its very obvious he's the choice
Usama Hafeez | 6 years ago
@zainab what makes u think that he is 100% right for Pakistan? is it safe to go against USA at this time? and even if his intentions are right, we should vote him but not praise him like he is the only hope of Pakistan. We as a nation are biggest hope. One man can never bring revolution.
@Usama yes i agree only if one looks objectively then they can decide what is right and what is not.
Anyways I respect your opinions but i dare to differ :)
Nabeha | 6 years ago
:) See, you asked back the same thing, it just what one believes in, I have personally seen/met people who STILL takes PPP's side all the time. What do you have to say to them?
As far as Myself is concerned, already mentioned since I cant vote so have not really made a strong opinion about anyone, So I dun "support" him but I do feel he is right for Pakistan, we dun have any better choice. Ya phir mai tum ya usama koi party bana letay hain :)
Zainab Hussain | 6 years ago

2 votes

Osama Shah | 6 years ago


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Answered by: Osama Shah | 6 years ago

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And one more thing. After this jalsa all the big-shot journalists and analysts are calling him the alternate political power which was not the case before the jalsa. So yeah the jalsa was not useless at all. It changed the minds of those who are analyzing and writing about our social system for decades.
Osama Shah | 6 years ago

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ekasha najam | 6 years ago

Answered by: ekasha najam | 6 years ago

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Waqas Gillani | 6 years ago

Answered by: Waqas Gillani | 6 years ago

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have you seen the future?
Usama Abdullah | 6 years ago

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Khawaja Naveed Haider | 6 years ago

Answered by: Khawaja Naveed Haider | 6 years ago

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