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Establishment needs to take right decisions now: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday said the establishment needed to take the right decisions now.

“I need nothing. It is a matter of the country and establishment. If the country is ruined, our armed forces would also be affected. When Pakistan will go bankrupt, the institute which would be most affected is army,” Imran Khan said talking to Bol news channel anchor Sami Ibrahim in his programme ‘Tajzia Sami Ibrahim Kay Sath’.

Imran asserted that he had no full power to run the country despite he was responsible for everything.

To a question, the former prime minister said there was no question of going back to the assembly in the opposition. If they went back, it would mean that they had accepted the conspiracy, he maintained.

He said first of all the US cypher should be investigated through which conspiracy against his government was hatched.

He said he was waiting for the Supreme Court’s verdict, on the petition regarding permission for protests, before announcing date for another long march.

Comparing the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) with a mafia, which either makes people to support them or they remove them from their path, he said they did such things which did not take place even in dictatorship.

“Which country does such a thing with its residents. They brutally murdered unarmed people in the Model Town incident. They were supposed to be punished by the court but they would get stay order every time,” he said

On his government, Imran said his government was toothless as it was dependent on coalition partners. “I did not have powers, while all the responsibility lied on me,” he said.

“If I will again get a government of the same status then I will refuse to accept it and will go for re-election as it is of no use. I will come back into power with a majority or I will not rule,” he said.

Citing example of Nigeria, he said they were sitting on a massive resource of oil but they were poor because of corruption and they could not do anything against corruption because powerful people were involved in it.

“You can’t do anything without a majority,” he reiterated.

Imran Khan said the ruling group would obey Israel and America. Finance Minister Miftah Ismail said they could not buy oil from Russia, which could lead the country to face a big storm of inflation, he said.

To a query, he said holding rallies formed a public narrative. “After our ouster from the government, we held unprecedentedly gigantic gatherings which showed that the nation was alive,” he said.

To another query, the PTI chief alleged that Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah was a contract killer, who had got people killed for political reasons. He said Rana Sanaullah had sent Gullu Butts in Islamabad who could start bloodshed.

He said he had two chief ministers and prime minister of Azad Kashmir who had armed guards and people were also armed, so if firing would have started then the scenario would have completely changed therefore he decided to halt the march, as his aim was to hold the election again.

He said that if he had staged a sit-in on D-Chawk, there would have been carnage on that day as the people were in a rage and on the other side, there were armed forces there, resulting in huge bloodshedding.

He said that he was waging a Jihad against the gang of thieves and looters, adding that they had been imposed on the county again.

He added that Nawaz Sharif and his sons and relatives were living a luxurious life in London.

Imran said that the current incumbent government was obedient servants of the USA.

He said that he had for the first time talked at the international forums about offensive caricatures of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and highlighted the importance of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) among the Muslims.

He said that he had informed to the “Neutrals” about the situation of the economy, which would have collapsed if this conspiracy had succeeded. “But we had been told that they (Establishment) were neutrals and there was no conspiracy.”

He said that he would not sit peacefully and silently and would continue his struggle as his struggle was not a political fight but it was a Jihad.

He also urged the people to come out of their homes and initiate their fight against these corrupt rulers, adding that if they did not start this fight so their children would have to fight against these plunderers.

Courtesy Bol News

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