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Imran Khan has provided an update about the current political situation in Pakistan. NASAs Sharif’s lies are nothing new, we have always seen him deceive people, Khan said during his address to the nation. Imran Khan shared how Shah has Sharif had scammed funds intended for flood relief and how he was orchestrating false political actions against him. The longer NASA's Sharif stays in power the harder it will be to undo the damage he’s already caused, Khan said.

What is happening?

Pakistani leader, Imran Khan, gave an emotional and heartbreaking speech to his country after the attack in Lahore. He urged people to stay strong and continue living their lives. My message to Pakistanis is that we have a war against ourselves, he said. We need to stand united and not let terrorists divide us. I want every Pakistani citizen to come together and help the victims of this terrible tragedy. 

The area has been cordoned off by security forces as they search for any further possible attackers who may be hiding in the area. Military helicopters can be seen circling overhead and bomb disposal experts are also at the scene.  

Due to heightened security measures, there are still reports of injuries from those who were caught up in panic during or immediately following the incident. not just about terrorism. 

The investigation will now focus on finding out how such a large number of bombs could be planted without detection and what kind of involvement foreign elements might have had in the attack . In the meantime, Khan called on all Pakistanis to unite against terror  with him. 

Pakistan is suffering too much, he said. We are facing too many problems from extremism and poverty. Asking for support to fight extremism, poverty and insecurity was echoed by other politicians like Shah has Sharif, Prime Minister NASA's Sharif’s brother 

Imran khan addressed his country through video call from London and expressed sadness for the loss of life.  As solidarity grew across social media networks

Who is involved?

Imran Khan, Pakistani politician and former cricketer who is the chairman of Pakistan the reeked, a political party in Pakistan. He served as the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan from 2013 to 2018. He became internationally known in 1992 when he led Pakistan's national cricket team to victory at the 1992 Cricket World Cup where he was elected Man of the Match for three consecutive games. 

On 18 July 2017, he announced his retirement from international cricket at a press conference while leading day three of his country's tour against England at Lords Cricket Ground. In 1982, Khan founded an English a medium school with two friends. 

The school grew rapidly into a college that made Khan one of the wealthiest people in Pakistan; he has now spent over $3 million on it. He also established a cancer hospital called Shah I at Khan I'm in 1994. 

After its completion in 1995, notables from all walks of life came to pay tribute, including then Prime Minister Be as it Bhutto and future President Per home ex Mush are at.  His profile reached new heights when he joined the opposition Pakistan Movement for Justice after becoming dissatisfied with successive governments’ performance on corruption and law enforcement.

What are the consequences?

The consequences of breaking the law can range both to the individual and society. For example, if you commit a crime, you may be punished by being sentenced to jail time or by paying a fine. In either case, this punishes the individual and prevents them from committing that crime again in the future. But what about society? 

A criminal commits a crime against society because they are able to get away with it without any consequences. They will most likely continue committing crimes in the future because there is no repercussion for their actions. 

With all this said, it’s important for our legal system to remain fair so people aren’t constantly getting punished unfairly just because of who they are or where they come from. It's equally as important for those who do not follow the law to know the consequences of their actions. It's only when criminals know that there are real penalties waiting for them that we'll see more equality in our justice system. 

When society sees people being held accountable for their actions then they will have hope. Not just hope for themselves but hope for everyone else too. Society is bigger than an individual; it encompasses us all. That's why it’s important to stand up against injustice and help stop the cycle of unfairness. 

Let me say that again; let me make sure you hear me. It’s important to stand up against injustice and help stop the cycle of unfairness. Let me say that again; let me make sure you hear me. It’s important to stand up against injustice and help stop the cycle of unfairness. 

-Let me say that again; let me make sure you hear me. 

-It’s important to stand up against injustice and help stop the cycle of unfairness. 

-Let me say that again; 

-It’s important to stand up against injustice and help stop the cycle of unfairness.

What is the reaction?

Imran Khan, the newly elected Prime Minister of Pakistan, has given his first major speech since winning the elections last week. He spoke to a crowd in front of Parliament House and shared updates about the current state of affairs in Pakistan. 

He said that he is aware of the problems facing his country and will work hard to fix them. I want to thank my supporters for coming out today, he said. 

We are committed to fulfilling our promise.  As I speak now, we're already making progress in key areas. and provide access to more people with drinking water than ever before.

We'll keep you updated with more information about what's happening next in Pakistan! 

The speech lasted around thirty minutes and was met by thunderous applause from supporters. Thousands of people lined up to get into Parliament House for a chance to hear Mr. Khan speak. 

There were so many people inside the building that there were not enough seats for everyone, and some had to stand outside or wait outside for a time before being able to enter.

At one point during the speech, when discussing the relationship between himself and President Trump, Mr. Khan paused briefly as protesters were ushered away from their location near the stage. Later on in the talk he also mentioned how democracy isn't always easy, but assured those listening that they would find solutions together. 

When finishing his address, Mr. Khan called for unity among his countrymen. I am going to have difficult times ahead, let's all make it together, he said, standing at the podium and clapping. Applause echoed through the hall as reporters rushed forward to ask questions after the event concluded. 

After answering several inquiries, Mr. Khan gave another few waves before exiting the venue and heading back home to rest. One supporter yelled long live Imran as he left the site, to which he replied God bless Pakistan. 

But later tweeted that if reports of vote rigging prove true then he must resign resign design . His tweet came less than an hour after claiming victory over rival Sheba's Sharif who has promised to investigate claims of fraud in the election. .

What can we do?

The Pakistani government is working hard to create a peaceful outcome in the tense situation. We can do our part by being vocal about what we want for the future of Pakistan. If you're in Pakistan, be safe and follow instructions from local authorities. If you have family or friends in.

Pakistan, reach out to them to let them know that you're thinking about them and that they are not alone. It's not just important but vital that we get into conversations with those around us about why this matters so much to us - this isn't just an issue affecting Pakistanis, it affects all of humanity. 

Let's all make sure our voices are heard and continue demanding peace as one nation. 

If you need someone to talk to regarding how these events might impact your mental health, please call Lifeline at 13 11 14 for support. A national tragedy has rocked Pakistan overnight, and the country is still reeling from devastating suicide bombings which killed at least 128 people. There were two explosions at the airport in Islamabad before another deadly blast near Way ah border crossing outside Lahore. 

Pakistani Prime Minister NASAs Sharif has released a statement saying these cowardly attacks cannot shake us. The response to these events ranges from mourning to anger- some lamenting lost lives while others condemn a security system which seems incapable of providing protection against terrorists. 

Many express gratitude towards first responders who ran towards danger to provide assistance. Local hospitals are overflowing with injured civilians and servicemen alike, many awaiting treatment without caretakers. 

With rumors spreading quickly of other possible terror plots across the country, fears mount and tensions grow- leading many to question where will the next attack happen? Will there be more bloodshed, death and destruction?  What needs to change in order for peace to prevail.

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