Lahore - PTI Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

Sedqal

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: PTI Lahore Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

Metro ka dard abhi tak nahi gaya
 
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حکایت جنوں

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Re: PTI Lahore Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

Metro ka dard abhi tak nahi gaya
Sedqal g N league ki government to gai ab......Noon league ka kon kon sa member New Q league mein ja raha hai???? Any news
 

wamufti

Senator (1k+ posts)
Re: PTI Lahore Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

`utho meri dunya k ghareebo ko jaga do
`kakhe umra ke dar-o-dewar gira do
 

Sedqal

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: PTI Lahore Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

Sedqal g N league ki government to gai ab......Noon league ka kon kon sa member New Q league mein ja raha hai???? Any news

Hakayat-e-Janoo'n jee considering the fact that you usually abstain from emotional rhetoric its amazing that you don't see the writing on the wall. PTI is done for, there is no way it can climb out of the mess it has created for it self. Even if PM is forced to resign the stigma will remain with PTI. Worst case scenario is a coup which means PMLN retains its popularity in long run. Worst mistake PMLN can make at this point is resignation of NS (minus one formula) even if only for a month. I don't think PMLN will shoot itself in the foot - but whatever happens the real loser of this circus will be PTI as PAT has nothingto lose it is already at the bottom.

Pakistani public doesn't want a re-run of politics of 90's, Q-League formula failed during Musharraf's tenure. Right-wing parties won't jump in with a khaki tout government because of the on-going operation. PPP won't jump in till it is in the driving seat and in any case Khakis will never trust PPP. What remains is a khichri of PTI, PAT, APML, MQM and Q-League. This Khichri won't have IK as its head, he is too much of an emotional person for the job. So whether some members of PMLN (the number will be around 12-15) jump ship or not doesn't really matter. PMLN will easily survive whats coming and come up stronger in near future, PTI won't.
 
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Re: PTI Lahore Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

Hakayat-e-Janoo'n jee considering the fact that you usually abstain from emotional rhetoric its amazing that you don't see the writing on the wall. PTI is done for, there is no way it can climb out of the mess it has created for it self. Even if PM is forced to resign the stigma will remain with PTI. Worst case scenario is a coup which means PMLN retains its popularity in long run. Worst mistake PMLN can make at this point is resignation of NS (minus one formula) even if only for a month. I don't think PMLN will shoot itself in the foot - but whatever happens the real loser of this circus will be PTI as PAT has nothingto lose it is already at the bottom.

Pakistani public doesn't want a re-run of politics of 90's, Q-League formula failed during Musharraf's tenure. Right-wing parties won't jump in with a khaki tout government because of the on-going operation. PPP won't jump in till it is in the driving seat and in any case Khakis will never trust PPP. What remains is a khichri of PTI, PAT, APML, MQM and Q-League. This Khichri won't have IK as its head, he is too much of an emotional person for the job. So whether some members of PMLN (the number will be around 12-15) jump ship or not doesn't really matter. PMLN will easily survive whats coming and come up stronger in near future, PTI won't.
Ok.....lets see. Zara soorat e haal wazeh ho jaye to phir aap se baat kroon ga
 

uturninqlab

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: PTI Lahore Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

shitaan admi Tum yahan London ki thandak enjoy kar rahe ho aur doosron ko aag mein koodne ka mashwara de rahe ho ...kia thundi bhaang pee rakhi hai tu ne ?;)
They should set fire to the Palace of Raiwind
 

Aslan

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: PTI Lahore Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

haarami admi qanoon apne hath mein nahin liya karte ...CM aur deegar koi bhi jo involved hai os ka case court mein chelate hain..itne Turam Khan ho tau jao khud ja ke Raiwind Palace ko aag lagao , doosray logon ko kyun kha makha marwaate ho[/QUOTE
There is no rule of law in Pakistan.Why wasn't an FIR registered for nearly two months?. You are probably an illiterate ****** illegal immigrant.Don't reply to my posts.
 

uturninqlab

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: PTI Lahore Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

:lol:illegal immigrant ?? Do you belong to HE Queen Elizabeth Family and possibly next throne of Great Britain ?
haarami admi qanoon apne hath mein nahin liya karte ...CM aur deegar koi bhi jo involved hai os ka case court mein chelate hain..itne Turam Khan ho tau jao khud ja ke Raiwind Palace ko aag lagao , doosray logon ko kyun kha makha marwaate ho[/QUOTE
There is no rule of law in Pakistan.Why wasn't an FIR registered for nearly two months?. You are probably an illiterate ****** illegal immigrant.Don't reply to my posts.
 

MHAMZA

Minister (2k+ posts)
Re: PTI Lahore Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

Hakayat-e-Janoo'n jee considering the fact that you usually abstain from emotional rhetoric its amazing that you don't see the writing on the wall. PTI is done for, there is no way it can climb out of the mess it has created for it self. Even if PM is forced to resign the stigma will remain with PTI. Worst case scenario is a coup which means PMLN retains its popularity in long run. Worst mistake PMLN can make at this point is resignation of NS (minus one formula) even if only for a month. I don't think PMLN will shoot itself in the foot - but whatever happens the real loser of this circus will be PTI as PAT has nothingto lose it is already at the bottom.



Pakistani public doesn't want a re-run of politics of 90's, Q-League formula failed during Musharraf's tenure. Right-wing parties won't jump in with a khaki tout government because of the on-going operation. PPP won't jump in till it is in the driving seat and in any case Khakis will never trust PPP. What remains is a khichri of PTI, PAT, APML, MQM and Q-League. This Khichri won't have IK as its head, he is too much of an emotional person for the job. So whether some members of PMLN (the number will be around 12-15) jump ship or not doesn't really matter. PMLN will easily survive whats coming and come up stronger in near future, PTI won't.

Had this been true PML-N would have agreed to re-elections...
Your logic is contradicting ,,,If Nawaz gives resignation, you are saying will diminish its popularity what a joke !!!
His magical power of 18 crore will disappear once he resigns as it was fake all along!!!!!!
 

musafirhoonyaro

Senator (1k+ posts)
Re: PTI Lahore Protestors marching towards Jati Umra

100% agreed Sir, as long as there are enough corrupt people in Pakistan to support PMLN, they will definitely come back stronger.........

Hakayat-e-Janoo'n jee considering the fact that you usually abstain from emotional rhetoric its amazing that you don't see the writing on the wall. PTI is done for, there is no way it can climb out of the mess it has created for it self. Even if PM is forced to resign the stigma will remain with PTI. Worst case scenario is a coup which means PMLN retains its popularity in long run. Worst mistake PMLN can make at this point is resignation of NS (minus one formula) even if only for a month. I don't think PMLN will shoot itself in the foot - but whatever happens the real loser of this circus will be PTI as PAT has nothingto lose it is already at the bottom.

Pakistani public doesn't want a re-run of politics of 90's, Q-League formula failed during Musharraf's tenure. Right-wing parties won't jump in with a khaki tout government because of the on-going operation. PPP won't jump in till it is in the driving seat and in any case Khakis will never trust PPP. What remains is a khichri of PTI, PAT, APML, MQM and Q-League. This Khichri won't have IK as its head, he is too much of an emotional person for the job. So whether some members of PMLN (the number will be around 12-15) jump ship or not doesn't really matter. PMLN will easily survive whats coming and come up stronger in near future, PTI won't.
 
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