Struggle for 'real freedom' to continue: CM.

PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan on Friday condemned the gun attack on Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman Imran Khan as a heinous act and said the former prime minister and his supporters would continue with the struggle for the nation's 'real freedom'.

In a statement issued here, the chief minister said that PTI chief Imran Khan had become a formidable challenge for political leaders, who had looted the nation's wealth for many decades.

'These mafias, which failed to maintain the status quo, have now resorted to desperate measures to clear their way to serve their interests,' he said.

Mr Mahmood said that the PTI chairman wasn't serving personal interests and instead, he was fighting for the people's rights and the future of next generations.

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He said that the entire nation supported Mr Imran's fight against the 'corrupt system' and would continue supporting it until the nation got real freedom.

The chief minister said that the political parties, which felt threatened by the political stature and growing popularity of the PTI chairman, should know that their days were numbered.

He said that the political parties, which were part of the Pakistan Democratic Movement, formed the government in the centre through a 'regime change conspiracy', which ousted the democratically-elected government of PM Imran Khan.

'After failing to address the nation's problems, they [PDM] are now growing desperate and are trying to cling onto power. However, the people have seen the gruesome politics of these mafias, so they will never accept their government because they...

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