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Ali Amin Gandapur Urges ‘Powerful Quarters’ to Extend Clemency and Advance Progress

DERA ISMAIL KHAN: The Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Ali Amin Khan Gandapur, made an earnest appeal on Thursday, imploring influential parties to extend clemency and unite for the advancement of the nation. The call for unity and forgiveness is an essential aspect of promoting national progress and development.

Ali Amin Gandapur spoke to a passionate crowd in his hometown, emphasizing the importance of working together to achieve development and prosperity for the country. He expressed a strong desire to avoid conflict and instead cultivate a spirit of collaboration. He highlighted the critical roles played by the military, police, judiciary, and the public in the nation’s progress, calling for a united effort towards advancement.

The gathering marked the solemn anniversary of violent incidents that shook the nation on May 9 last year, when Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers’ protests against the arrest of party founder Imran Khan escalated into chaos. Chief Minister Gandapur, also the provincial president of PTI, acknowledged May 9 as a dark chapter and condemned the violence while hinting at unraveling the masterminds behind it.

Reflecting on Imran Khan’s foresight regarding attacks and attempts to destabilize the party, Gandapur recounted how these predictions came to fruition, despite immense trials. However, he emphasized PTI’s unwavering resolve, pledging to persevere in the face of adversity and uphold the party’s principles.

Drawing attention to the ripple effects of the May 9 turmoil, Gandapur suggested that speaking out would expose systemic flaws. He criticized recent political discourse by the Inter-Services Public Relations head, urging a departure from such engagements in favor of constructive dialogue.

Gandapur lamented the proliferation of baseless accusations against him across multiple districts post-May 9, urging those responsible to seek redemption. He shed light on the plight of PTI leaders and workers, many of whom remain unjustly incarcerated without evidence of wrongdoing.

Asserting Imran Khan’s enduring popularity and his selfless dedication to the nation’s cause, Gandapur expressed defiance against the prospect of Governor’s rule in KP, affirming that only the rule of the people is acceptable. Through his impassioned address, Gandapur sought to inspire a renewed sense of unity and purpose, urging all stakeholders to join hands in steering the country towards a brighter future.

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