Prime Minister Imran Khan invited the nation to participate in the PTI’s March 27 power show at Islamabad’s Parade Ground, calling on the people to join him in “standing against evil”. In the recorded message, the prime minister began by quoting a verse from the Holy Quran. He noted that Muslims had been told to “stand with good and against evil”. “Brazenly, in front of everyone, a gang of thieves has been looting the country for the past 30 years, indulging in corruption and sending money abroad.” A large number of PTI workers and supporters have reached at the Parade Ground, whereas rallies from various cities were also heading towards the federal capital. The premier’s message comes as the government is facing a no-confidence motion moved by the opposition. National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser has summoned the session of the lower house to deliberate on the opposition’s no-confidence resolution against PM Imran on March 25 (tomorrow) at 11 am. On Wednesday, the prime minister was informed that the party’s allies had decided to side with the opposition, causing the ruling PTI to gear up efforts to appease its annoyed coalition partners. On this, the premier dispatched senior PTI leaders to meet the heads of allied parties and assure them that their reservations would be addressed. He hoped the allies would return to the government and support him in the National Assembly on the voting day. Meanwhile, PM Imran predicted he would prevail over the opposition’s no-confidence move and definitely would have the last laugh, announcing that he still held a “trump card” that would be revealed at the right time. While the participation of the massive publicity around the whole country at the PTI Power shows clearly highlighted the trust of the Pakistani public in their Prime Minister which is a historic and real victory of a leader.