LAHORE – Imran Khan, the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and a former prime minister, said on Friday that his party will begin its “Jail Bharo Tehreek” on February 22 and that the interim administrations would lose their constitutional status if elections were not held within 90 days.
On Friday, he spoke to the workforce via video connection and warned that the caretaker administrations will be held accountable for violating the constitution after 90 days.
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According to the former prime minister, injustice destroys nations more so than wars or earthquakes. He said that throughout the previous ten months, political opponents had been the targets of violations of human rights, and he added that party leaders Shahbaz Gill and Azam Swati had endured torture while detained.
He stated that an effort was made to quiet Fawad Chaudhary and Sheikh Rashid by detaining them, saying, “Whatever was done with former federal minister Azam Swati stunned the whole country.”
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Arshad Sharif, a renowned journalist, was a mujahid who was standing on the right side when he was slain in Kenya, said Imran Khan, adding that lawsuits were brought against him and that he was then intimidated.
The PTI chairman said that the JIT was purposefully destroyed, revealing that the three persons he was identifying were engaged in the assassination attempt, and that police didn’t even file a FIR of the attempt on his life.
In addition, Mr. Khan said that his party had finished its preparations and would begin its “Jail Bharo Tehreek” campaign on Wednesday, February 22. After starting in Lahore, the movement would spread to other significant cities and eventually fill all of the nation’s prisons, he added.
He said, “We are starting a campaign to help people get over their dread of going to prison.