Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Wednesday, today, keeping his rhetoric of losing his government continued, claimed that celebrations were made in India and Israel over his government ouster.
Addressing an online presser in Islamabad, ex-premier Imran Khan repeated that his government was removed on a foreign conspiracy.
The PTI chief said that traitors like Mir Jaffer and Mir Saddiq joined the conspiracy and made it succesful.
He said that our government was dethroned on a conspiracy hatched abroad.
Imran Khan said that efforts to drive a wedge between Pakistan’s biggest political party, PTI, and Pakistan Army were being done deliberately, calling it a part of the US-backed regime change conspiracy.
He said that the regime change conspiracy has not ended, but it was still underway.
The ex-PM said that during his tenure, Indian media and their local supporters criticized civil-military understanding and labeled him as a prime minister implanted by the army.
He said that Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif spoke against the interests of Pakistan after the Mumbai attacks, and also mentioned Nawaz Sharif’s secret meetings with Indian businessmen.
“Now, the impression is being created that they [opponents] are patriotic and we [PTI] are anti-military.”
Imran Khan said that every effort was made to crush PTI but ‘we did not sit silently’.
He termed the foreign funding case as a tool to disintegrate PTI and said that the case had no value which would be established when any court would peruse the decision.
He deplored how PTI leader Shahbaz Gill was arrested and played clips of Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, Asif Ali Zardari, and others speaking against the military’s leadership.
He asked why no action was taken against these leaders who spoke against top military leadership and said that Shahbaz Gill should have been allowed to clarify himself before the court if he had said something wrong.
The ex-PM said that PTI has street power to block the entire country, but they would not resort to it but instead stage peaceful protests just because they care about the country.
He reiterated that the only solution to the prevailing crisis in the country was free and fair elections.