PTI chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday threatened that he would be forced to “reveal everything” about the characters involved. alleged conspiracy To remove his government if the harassment of him and his party does not stop.
Speaking in a video message from Islamabad, he said: “If we are pushed against the wall and harassed I will be forced to speak up and expose everything to the nation about what happened.”
Imran said that he is “silent” despite knowing everything that “kisne kya kya kiya” forced him to remove. He said he did it for the country’s sake so that the country was not harmed, adding: “I know how this conspiracy happened and who is involved.”
The PTI president said that if anything happens to him, he has already made a video recording so that the public can know “which character did what and who did this great betrayal to the country”.
Imran Khan first mentioned of his tapes in May, when he claimed his life was in danger and he recorded a video identifying the names of all those who “conspired against me”.
The PTI chairman claims that he was removed from the top office by foreign powers through local players for pursuing an independent foreign policy.
In his message today, Imran compared his removal from the post with the fall of the government of former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. He alleged that the common element in both the government changes was America’s disapproval of Pakistan pursuing an independent foreign policy.
Imran took a jibe at the current leaders and members of the coalition government, claiming that he only cared about getting “NRO-2” and that he has broken inflation records despite campaigning against inflation during the tenure of the PTI government.
He said the nation was refusing to accept the present government, pointing to the crowd at the call for protest by PTI. “Whoever was involved in the conspiracy should think that people are not accepting these thieves and traitors,” he said.
‘Never seen such fascism in Pakistan’
Imran Khan specially lashed out are treated Accused journalists of being intimidated and harassed, especially those who seem to be favoring PTI.
“I have not seen such fascism in Pakistan and the kind of fear that is being spread. I ask this question to the country and our judiciary today, are fundamental rights suspended in Pakistan? Is there any martial law [in place], Which constitution allows this?”
Imran also alleged that the administration was involved in rigging the upcoming Punjab bypolls and called upon people to come out and vote to ensure PTI’s victory.