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Imran Khan claims establishment involved in ‘political engineering” to weaken PTI

January 09, 2023 01:04 IST

Islamabad [Pakistan]Jan 9 (ANI): Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan blamed the establishment of participation in “political engineering” to weaken his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to have a “weak” government in country and added that “political engineering” is still going on in countries, according to The Express Tribune.
“Unfortunately, we have not learned the lessons of past as the political engineering is still going on. MQM is merging, BAP is being implemented in PPP, efforts are being made. made strengthen PPP in Southern Punjab,” Imran Khan is quoted by the Express Tribune.
PTI Chairman Imran Khan stated that the establishment was trying to introduce PML-N into power in Punjab. The cricketer-turned-politician further said that “such game”was underway in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to damage PTI, according to news report.
Imran Khan blamed former Army Commander General (retired) Qamar Javed Bajwa for dominant crisis in country. He said that Pakistan would be forced to pay “heavy price” with attitude to national safety to get bailout package from global donor agencies.
“Everyone knows who was one whose decision pushed the country into this crisis. General Bajwa behind this is [crisis]”- quoted Imran Khan Express Tribune.

to his address, former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said he had previously predicted current economic crisis, according to a report by The Express Tribune. However, he was criticized and called a traitor. for comparison of the situation in Pakistan with Sri Lanka. He blamed the Sharif and Zardari families of have been robbing Pakistan since the 1990s. He free and fair elections the only solution for settlement problems.

“I AM know that this will definitely happen, because I know these two families – Sharif and Zardari – who have been robbing the country since the 1990s and calling each other thieves,” Imran Khan was quoted as saying by the Express Tribune.
Imran Khan said on Saturday that the Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf Organization (PTI) had decided not to dissolve Punjab Assembly before decision of Lahore High Court (LHC) in provinces Chief Minister This is reported by The Express Tribune.
During the meeting with in senior PTI Leaders in Lahore on Saturday, former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that the Punjab Chief Ministers vote of confidence was prosecuted decision on January 11th and advised them to prepare for it in case, the court asks them to take it.
Notably, the Lahore High Court restored the Punjab Chief Minister Parvez Elahi after he assured that he would not dissolve assembly before next a hearing is scheduled on January 11th.
Khan stressed that only new elections can resolve continues in the country problems. In accordance with news report, former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan says he will not allow ‘imported rulers’ run away from the elections. (API)

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