LAHORE – Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), said on Sunday that he will be announcing “Jail Bharo Tehreek” in the coming days.
In a speech delivered through video connection, Mr. Khan attacked PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif, saying, “Nawaz wants to banish me from politics and put me to prison.”
The ousted premier said that these individuals were merely interested in conserving money and were frightened the PTI would win the election. The abuse of people who have less authority hurts the whole community, he said.
Mr. Khan used the industrialised nations as an example, stating that “in the developed countries, there is a supremacy of law.”
The PTI has great aspirations for the judiciary, Mr. Khan said in reaction to the LHC’s decision to conduct elections in Punjab within 90 days.
He was concerned that the court would come under pressure from the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM). According to Mr. Khan, “the people looked on the court to uphold the constitution.”
He remembered my appeal for immediate elections to help the nation escape its impasse.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa, the previous commander of the army, was referred to as “the super king” by Mr. Khan because he “used to take all the decisions by himself.” The United States is not pleased with me, according to the previous army commander, the PTI head continued.
The country would see negative effects as a result of the agreement with the IMF, according to Mr. Khan, who was speaking about the deal with the IMF.