PTI chief Imran Khan and AML president Sheikh Rasheed.

RAWALPINDI: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Imran Khan spoke at a rally, saying that the rulers of the country have destroyed its institutions.

He stated that under his governance, there would be a new Pakistan free from American slavery. Sheikh Rasheed said, however, that if a state of war is not declared Pakistan’s sovereignty would be at risk.

Speaking at his house “Laal haveli”, he said that the nation was under the worst kind of slavery, and that while the country and people are getting destroyed, the politicians get wealthier.

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