Imran Khan on moral high ground again after UN speech

Published on: 28/09/2019 | Comments: 4 comments 

CHITRAL: Having been subjected to severe public criticism for being unable to control the tsunami of inflation and rise in the cost of living for the poor man (and woman), and being unable to bring back the looted wealth which he had repeatedly promised, Prime minister Imran khan had lost much moral ground in the eyes of the common man (and woman).

Emotional nation as we are, now after his heartfelt speech in the General Assembly of the United Nation on 27 Sep 2019, the Khan has once again regained public approval in a tsunamic manner, based on his heart touching eloquence.

Whether PM Khan is eventually able to deliver successfully on his promises or not, one thing is beyond doubt that he is a well meaning man, who is worrying about the country more than himself.? Pakistan does indeed need a bold leader who can look into the eyes of the super powers and say extempore what the people of Pakistan feel ... CN report, 28 Sep 2019.

4 thoughts on “Imran Khan on moral high ground again after UN speech

  1. Yes, it was one of the best speeches, however, the world doesn’t take serious such jazbati taqrir where in his county minorities face serious discrimination regularly.

  2. The Prime Minister’s speech was no doubt appreciable. However the most high priority agenda for the PM and for us all is to make Pakistan politically and economically stronger so that her teeming millions enjoy life of peace and dignity and Pakistan is truly considered as an important and powerful nation in the world. Without putting our own house in order we can hardly impress nations of the world to hear and respect us.

  3. Indeed an eloquent and heart-rending speech by Prime Minister Imran Khan in support of Kashmiris. However, before calling the west hypocrites for putting their interests before principles, we must also admit that we rejected the UN resolution demanding inquiry into war crimes in Yemen, we tacitly support Chinese atrocities on the Uyghur muslims, because the poor Uyghur cannot do anything for us while we cannot afford to annoy our ‘mightier than the Himalaya’ friend China. What would we call this if not hypocrisy?. As a matter of fact no country in present day world is principled. It is a war of interests going on every where and whoever has more nuisance value has the pudding and pie.

  4. No doubt he delivered a very impressive speech and showed mirror to the US and the west about their double standards in dealing with their allies, preference of their economic greed on human values and their patronage of corruption and money laundering by corrupt politicians of the poorer countries. What impact it makes to stir the conscience of western and Us leaders is still to be seen and one should not be too optimistic about the expected outcome given the history of treatment meted out to Pakistan in the past .
    On his return the PM should pay some attention to the problems faced by the poor of this country who are struggling to make two ends meet and deserve immediate relief for their survival.

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