Deposed Pakistani PM calls for 'revolution' in talk to crowd

Deposed Pakistani PM calls for 'revolution' in talk to crowdLAHORE, Pakistan (AP) — Deposed Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif called Saturday for "a change and revolution" in the country to ensure the sanctity of the vote as he addressed a large gathering of his supporters in his home town of Lahore.


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