Incumbent govt had dragged the country into a quagmire: Imran Khan
Says only case against Shehbaz Sharif was registered in our tenure
LAHORE ( Web News )
In connection with the Punjab Assembly elections, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan pinned hope on the Supreme Court of Pakistan on Friday.
Speaking to delegations of journalists, Imran Khan said, “Will situation will be normalised by holding the elections on October 8.”
Citing the tenure of General Ziaul Haq, Imran Khan said, “Ziaul Haq vowed to hold elections, but he ruled for 11 years.” Speaking about the incumbent government, “Once you violate the law, you can do anything.”
Imran Khan said, “Only case against Shehbaz Sharif was registered in our tenure.”
Speaking about terrorism cases against him, Imran Khan said, “The nation knows me for 50 years, but 40 cases related to terrorism has been lodged against me.”
Talking about his nephew Hassaan Niazi, Imran Khan said, “It is deeply deplorable that what is going on with Hassaan Niazi. When he gets bail in one case, he has to face another case.”
Earlier on Friday, Imran Khan launched a broadside at the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), saying that the incumbent government had dragged the country into a quagmire.
In a statement, the deposed premier said, “Everybody should show solidarity for the sake of the judiciary and the country’s survival. I will tell how we have to stand by the constitution.”
Speaking about his party’s gathering, Imran Khan said he was going to stage the first gathering this year today (Saturday). He sought the nation’s help, saying the country was witnessing a difficult time.