PTI Chairman and ex-prime minister Imran Khan on Sunday once again lashed out at the current coalition government and claimed that it was going to recognise Israel.
The former prime minister’s comment followed the statement of Israeli President Isaac Herzog where he acknowledged that he had met with a Pakistani-American delegation, describing the meeting as “astonishing”.
However, an official of the Pakistani government maintained that “no official or semi-official delegation of Pakistan met with the Israeli president”.
“This government will enter into an agreement with India to sell the people of Kashmir and on top of it, they will also accept Israel,” he told the PTI Workers’ convention in Charsadda, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Reprimanding the coalition government, Khan said as it “conspired” with the Americans to take him out of power, the Pakistani people would never accept an “imported government” that was imposed on them.
“We will not accept these robbers and slaves of the US, he said, adding that the PTI was leading the real liberation war against those who “robbed the country.”
“As long as I am alive, I will not put an end to my struggle and jihad against these thieves,” he said.
Khan also criticized the government for rising oil prices and said the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is also under US control.
“They have increased fuel prices due to the insistence of the IMF,” he said, adding that the PTI is going to take to the streets once again to protest against the government.