Pakistan Imran: Imran has nothing to do with the death of 1000 people in Pakistan, will continue his fight for ‘Haqiki Azadi’, what does it mean?

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  • Imran Khan said that he will continue the rally
  • Khan speaking continuously against the opposition government
  • He said that he was fighting the fight for real freedom.

Pakistan Imran: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan says he will continue his political rally against opponents. He claimed that his fight was for ‘hakiki azaadi’ (real freedom). Khan’s statement comes at a time when Pakistan is badly affected by floods. Addressing a rally in Jhelum district of Punjab province, 69-year-old Khan on Saturday alleged that he was waging a war against “thieves” who looted Pakistan for 30 years, Dawn newspaper reported. At the same time, he said that he is also fighting to establish the supremacy of law.

Khan said a massive campaign was being launched against his rally. Khan was recently criticized for holding frequent rallies as Pakistan is engulfed by severe floods, which have killed more than 1,000 people so far. Khan rubbished the allegation that he was doing politics at the time of crisis. He termed it as ‘the fight for real freedom’.

more than a thousand people died

More than 1,000 people have died in flood-related incidents in Pakistan since mid-June. The flash floods caused by heavy rains inundated villages and destroyed crops. Soldiers and rescue workers moved stranded people from the affected areas to relief camps and provided food to thousands of displaced people. Pakistan’s National Disaster Management Authority said 1,033 people have died since the monsoon season began this year. The death toll rose after several people lost their lives in flood-related incidents in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and southern Sindh provinces. This time the monsoon had arrived in Pakistan ahead of schedule.

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Where how many people lost their lives?

So far 347 people have died in Sindh, 238 in Balochistan, 226 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 168 in Punjab, 38 in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), 15 in Gilgit Baltistan and one in Islamabad. 3451.5 km of roads have been damaged by the floods. In addition, 147 bridges were washed away, 170 shops were destroyed and 9,49,858 houses were partially or completely damaged. On August 30, the United Nations may release $ 160 million in aid to Pakistan to deal with the threat of floods. Britain has also announced a grant of 1.5 million pounds in aid. Among Muslim countries, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Turkey and Iran have offered to help Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif by telephone.

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