Imran’s got wrong impression of popularity: Mashhood

LAHORE: Law Minister Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan has said that Imran Khan will always be defeated and that he will continue to raise hue and cry of rigging. 
According to a handout, he also said that Imran Khan has got a wrong impression of popularity among the masses and that he did not win any seat in the 1997 general elections while he got only one seat in the 2002 elections. 
Commenting on a statement of Imran Khan, Mashhood said that the people have given heavy mandate to the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in the May 2013 general elections due to its excellent performance and service in Punjab from 2008 to 2013. He said that the revolution of progress and prosperity would sweep the revolutions of “Tsunami Khan” and “Maulvi Container”. 
Commenting on the statement of Dr Tahirul Qadri, the law minister said that address by “Container Baba” could not be termed as an address by a “sane person” and that it would be justifiable to describe the statement of Dr Qadri as a statement of an “insane person”. 
He said that tall claims and allegations of Dr Qadri were reflective of his moral bankruptcy. 
Mashhood said that collusion between the Chaudhry brothers and Dr Qadri was a conspiracy of vested interests and that after defeat in the general elections, the Chaudhry brothers were at the mercy of people like Dr Qadri. He said that those predicting end of the government would soon leave for Canada. 
Commenting on the statement of Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, Mashhood said that the head of a “Tonga” party has become “blind” in his “lust” for power. He said that those enacted bloodshed of innocent people under the umbrella of a dictator should peep into their conscience. 
He said that after Dr Qadri, the Chaudhry brothers would soon search for their new master. He said that reality of opportunists like the Chaudhry brothers had been exposed to the people and that so-called marches and revolutions would soon come to an end. 

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