ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan, the deposed prime minister, described the event of hooliganism at Masjid-e-Nabawi as a “public response” and claimed it was a “consequence” of their actions.
On Thursday, when a group of Pakistani protestors visited Masjid-e-Nabawi in Madina to pay their respects at the Roza-e-Rasool, they yelled slogans against Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his team, violating the sanctity of the holy mosque (PBUH).
Following the occurrence, Pakistan’s political and religious leaders, as well as people from many sectors of society, strongly denounced it. After remaining silent for more than 24 hours, Imran Khan addressed the issue, saying that the public had never reacted in such a way in the country’s history.
“We are not encouraging people to come out; the people are going out to protest because they are in agony and fury,” he continued. “However, I challenge them [the rulers] to not show their faces in any public place. “Imran Khan went on to say that his administration was overthrown by a foreign plot and that the present government was complicit. “A gang of crooks has been forced on Pakistan, and NRO II has been granted through a foreign plot, thus what happened at Masjid-e-Nabawi was the outcome of their actions,” he stated.
When the event occurred, PTI workers from all over the world were at Shab-e-Dua, according to the PTI chairman. “Neither I nor a real devotee of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) could dream of encouraging people to hooliganism at Masjid-e-Nabawi,” he remarked. “I don’t need to show the place I have in my heart for Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), and I have raised my voice against islamophobia throughout the world,” Imran Khan stated, adding, “I feel that Iman [faith] cannot be full unless you love Prophet (PBUH).”
Edited By: Khushi Thakur
Published By: Mohammed Anees