Former PM Imran expressed “conditional willingness” to engage with coalition government
Pakistan Tehreek-e-insaf Chief (PTI) Imran Khan has expressed his conditional willingness to conduct talks with the coalition government.
In an interview on Friday, the ex-prime minister said, “We’re willing to talk about anything, as long as the assemblies are dissolved and the elections are called.”
Criticizing Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Imran claimed that he had been wearing an achkan for a long time and that he was clinging to it; but it is falling apart in public.
“The economy will not remain stable while the current situation persists,” he said, stressing that the current government is trying to “stun him technically” after enduring a humiliating defeat in last month’s by-elections.
“However, nothing will be proven in Toshakhana and the prohibited financing cases in the courts,” the PTI chief said.