Imran Khan, the chairman of the PTI, stated on Sunday that he no longer “blames” the US government for his ouster.
The PTI leader has consistently campaigned on the platform that a foreign conspiracy led to his expulsion from office and that the US government was behind it. As a result, the words came as a surprise.
Separately, the former prime minister Imran Khan asserted that by “not letting” Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif hold free and fair elections, PML-N supreme leader Nawaz Sharif was leading the nation toward tragedy.
Speaking to numerous groups of party members via video link from his home in Lahore, Mr. Imran Khan took aim at the senior Sharif and said that he was avoiding the polls out of fear of losing to PTI.
“It is a matter of grave concern for the whole Pakistani nation that a person convicted by the Supreme Court is poised to take decisions about the future of Pakistan that includes the appointment of a new army chief,” he added.
“Those installed through the ‘regime change conspiracy’ are running away from holding elections, knowing that they will lose [elections] against me and will not be able to save their corruption and looted money,” he claimed.
Mr. Khan claimed that although the “regime change experiment” had failed, the “handlers and facilitators” were still refusing to acknowledge their error.
In order to ensure that their stolen money was protected by all means, he claimed that the current rulers never “selected any top official on merit.”
The PTI chairman claimed that the Sharifs had no remorse since they were “busy getting themselves acquitted through tailored legislation” and that their removal had caused the “booming” economy to crash.
In addition, he chastised the PDM administration for blaming him for Pakistan’s international isolation and demanded that it inform the people of what it had done during the previous seven months in this regard.
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