I never use Allah, Prophet’s (PBUH) name to get support: PM Imran Khan

MANSEHRA: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said he never refers to Allah and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in his speeches to attract voters or garner popular support.

Addressing a public gathering at the Government Post Graduate College in Mansehra, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the premier said that he refers to Allah and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in his speeches because he truly believes in Islamic teachings.

Taking a jibe at Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, PM Imran Khan said that he tells himself before every jalsa not to use the word “diesel” for Fazl, but as soon as he stands atop the stage to start the jalsa, the word “diesel” starts reverberating in the environment, compelling him to use the term.

“I am a person who was the superstar of the cricket world and has travelled the entire world,” he said, adding that he wants to teach the youngsters what is the right path through his experience.

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