Pakistan

Play on the ‘front foot’ against Opposition: PM Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan, it seems, is not willing to back down from the Opposition parties and their calls for him to step down.

Sources told Geo News how the prime minister told government spokespersons to “play on the front foot (aggressively) against the Opposition” in a meeting he chaired on Wednesday.

“The Opposition has come out openly in its anti-state [narrative],” said the prime minister, according to sources, advising government spokespersons to render any tactic by the Opposition ineffective.

The prime minister reportedly said that the masses had become aware of the Opposition’s objectives, lamenting that they had even resorted to politics of issues of national interest.

 

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