Adamant Imran calls on PTI workers to get ready for ‘Islamabad march’


At his first press conference after being voted out, The chairman of the PTI, Imran Khan, accused on Saturday PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif of conspiring to oust his government through a vote of no trust.

“The Supreme Court should hold a public hearing on the threatening letter… we will not accept any in-camera,” he said.

The head of the PTI also asserted that PM Shehbaz Sharif and PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari collaborated with “foreign conspirators” to oust him from power.

“No prime minister would be able to stand up to foreign conspiracies in the future without investigating [the alleged threat letter],”

He said while urging the institutions of the state to take a position against the so-called foreign conspiracy to protect the sovereignty of the country.

Commenting on the diplomatic cable, Imran said the language used by the American diplomat against his government was ‘unparalleled’ and ‘menacing’.

He also reprimanded the opponents for calling the telegram a routine affair, describing them as “shameless”.

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In January, we learned about a foreign conspiracy against my government,” said the former prime minister.

Speaking of the party’s dissidents, Imran called on the Apex court to hold a hearing on his petition to disqualify the rebel lawmakers.

If our institutions do not take a position against this [ horse trading]… then the future of our country is at risk.

He also criticized the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) for its biasness in foreign funding cases, demanding its chief resign immediately.

“A sea of people will converge towards Islamabad… people have realized how corrupt rulers have been imposed upon them.”

Imran stated that yesterday’s meeting of the National Security Committee (NSC) has “justified” its claim of foreign conspiracy and also “validated” minutes from the last meeting held last month when he was prime minister.

“The NSC confirmed that the [diplomatic] cable was original and that the conversation between Pakistan and the American authorities was genuine,” Imran said.

Photo: Imran Khan Official Facebook

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