ISLAMABAD: Amid reports that former Prime Minister Imran Khan met important figure in the President’s house lately, Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Saturday refused confirm or refuse to meet.
“I don’t lie and I can’t share in truth,” he said, in enigmatic answer to a question posed to him by host Maria Memon during an aired interview on Ahri News.
Previously, there were rumors that Khan had a meeting. with Main of Army Staff General Qamar Jawed Bajwa as President last month. Reportedly, the two failed to reach an agreement during the meeting hosted by President Arif Alvi, but Mr. Khan set down his rhetoric referring to the establishment after the meeting.
Talking about the upcoming march of PTI towards Islamabad, Mr. Khan said the date for march would be announced within a week. He said Punjab Chief Minister Parvez Elahi was an ally of PTI and he support in party in his march on Islamabad.
The ex-premier said he did not know about the scandalous cipher made cipher public right away, because at that time the OIC meeting was in progress and it would be inappropriate share then cipher.
Referring to leaked audio recordings of himself and PTI leaders, Mr. Khan said it was strange that prime minister talks that should be safe, were made public. He also commented on the acquittal of Maryam Nawaz in Avenfield case against and called it a “joke”.
About departure of forPrime Minister Nawaz Sharif to London during his government on for health reasons, Imran Khan commented that when Nawaz Sharif left out of country, he realized that “everything possible” in Pakistan. He said it’s part of “big game” send Nawaz Sharif out of Pakistan. “Unfortunately, our justice system weak, which is why people beneficial,” he said. in a comment on cases against his political opponents.
On another question, he said that he did nothing. wrong in Toshakhana case pending against his in ESP. It is worth mentioning that Mr. Khan sold the state gifts as well as failed reveal their value in his annual tax returns.
Published in Dawn, October 2, 2022