Chairman of the PTI and ex-premier of Pakistan Imran Khan asserted Friday that the establishment was calling him, but he was not ready to talk to them, saying he had blocked their numbers.
“I’m not going to talk to anybody until the election date is announced,” the former prime minister said in a meeting with journalists.
Khan asked those who supported the “conspiracy” whether they were concerned about the future of Pakistan. “It would have been better to drop an atomic bomb on Pakistan than to have those people in charge.”
The chairman of the PTI said he heard about the “conspiracy” in June of last year, but sadly, “all decisions” were made to undermine his government.
Khan said that his relationship with the institution was good until the last day of his government, but there were two issues where they didn’t see it the same way.
The former Prime Minister said that “powerful quarters” wanted Usman Buzdar removed from his position as chief minister, but he told them that there were “more corruption and governance problems in Sindh”.
The second disagreement with the institution related to the matter of Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed, as he wanted the army official to serve as the spy chief till the “winters”, given the situation in Afghanistan and the “conspiracy” of the then opposition.
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