LAHORE – Imran Khan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), said on Sunday that the establishment had ordered three legislators from his party to abstain from voting on Parvez Elahi’s confidence vote.
Speaking to reporters, Mr. Khan said that Donald Lu learned a lesson from Pakistan and that General Bajwa employed Hussain Haqqani to advocate in America.
He said that Hussain Haqqani was still working to discredit him and support General Bajwa. During his official visit to the US as prime minister, Mr. Khan said that the Trump administration accorded him a historically significant welcome.
Speaking of their most recent encounter, Mr. Khan stated: “I was branded a playboy by General (Retd) Bajwa, and I responded by admitting that I had really been one. While simultaneously demonstrating pity, Qamar was stabbing us in the back.”
General (Retd) Bajwa’s system, according to Mr. Khan, is still in operation. Additionally, he said that the different MQM groups were uniting in Karachi and that the BAP was joining the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).
Najam Sethi was criticised by Mr. Khan for not even knowing the fundamentals of cricket and for having the PCB’s constitution altered to allow for Sethi’s appointment.
Imran Khan, the chairman of the PTI and a former prime minister, on the other hand, expressed optimism that the party will prevail in the 2023 elections despite the unsatisfactory [political] climate of the nation.
He said in a tweet on the eve of the New Year that “the nation rule was given over to criminals after dethroning the best functioning government [of the PTI] via a plot.”
“The year 2022 was both the finest and the worst of times. Through a plot driven by utmost self-interest, a government with one of the greatest economic records was overthrown, and control of Pakistan was given to a group of criminals. They destroyed the economy and granted themselves NRO-2 “In his post, Khan said.
The PTI stalwart said that the party established itself as a real national party and that strong public support allowed it to win 75% of by-elections.
“Despite the current doom, especially the possibility of a default, I have faith in Almighty Allah and confidence in our people that, without a shadow of a doubt, in 2023 through elections, the PTI will form a strong government and enact significant structural reforms to rescue Pakistan from the crisis the imported government and its backers have thrown the nation into.”