ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan blamed the ruling PML-N and the top official of chief election observer of working in conspiracy to falsify next general elections.
“The Chief Electoral Commissioner (CEC) is receiving orders from Hamza Shehbaz and Maryam Nawaz… they are planning to rig next elections,” he said, addressing the farmers’ convention. in Islamabad on Monday.
The PTI chief has time and again accused CEP and its leader of be a henchman of PML-N and sought the resignation of Chief Electoral Commissioner (CEC) Sikander Sultan Raja in ensure transparency in polls.
Imran, deposed prime minister, also hinted at the possibility of snap polls, saying he expects elections to take place soon.
Speaking of the ongoing economic crisis, former prime minister repeated his claims that the incumbent rulers were power through a US-backed regime change plot that he says cannot dare buy oil from Russia at reduced prices.
“Despite the fact that an ally of USA, India buy oil, weapons from Russia, but slaves [incumbent government] is not allowed buy oil..”
He also whipped out Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, declaring that he had become in accusation of The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and appointed his supporter in the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to “close down his corruption case.”
“They have not come [in power] for in people of Pakistan…they only came for relief in corruption cases. We don’t expect anything from this import government,” he added.
Speaking about the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, Imran said that the war raised fears of hunger in country due to lack of wheat.
“Pakistan facing main challenge of Food security. The war between Russia and Ukraine disrupted the supply of wheat and caused increase in this is price. A country will never be able to offer anything until it pays attention to the agricultural sector,” he said. added.