Imran Khan Calls For Fresh Polls In Pakistan

Imran Khan criticizes Pak's former army commander: 'The only one responsible for...'

Imran Khan says PTI governments in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will dissolve councils


Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan warned on Saturday that “his country is sinking” as he announced that the Pakistani governments of Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in the Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces would dissolve the council. their results on December 23 to pave the way for new polls.

“Until free and fair elections are not held, we all fear that the country (Pakistan) is sinking,” PTI Chairman Khan said in a video address with Punjab Minister Parvez Elahi and Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan beside. .

Imran Khan also reiterated his demand for free and fair elections, warning that otherwise the country could sink. He said free and fair elections were the only solution to Pakistan’s problems and said the government was “fearful” of new elections for fear of losing, Dawn reported.

“After the dissolution of both parliaments, we will hold elections in the provinces. In addition, our 123-125 members of the National Assembly – who have not yet accepted their resignations – will ask the announcer to announce their resignation. members of parliament accept their resignation,” he said. .

Talking about PTI’s action plan after the dissolution of the National Assembly, he said: “We will then prepare for the next election and with about 130 seats in the National Assembly, we will go to the President of the National Assembly. association and asked him to accept our resignation. of picking a few.”

Addressing the people of Pakistan, the head of PTI asked the people not to despair, saying it was like “evading our obligations to society”, Dawn newspaper reported.

He said a “lesson should be taught through elections” for the government and addressed it “a failure such that the names of these thieves were wiped out for good”.

Imran Khan said the country will “stand firm” as “difficult decisions” are made to “restructure institutions and establish justice in the country”.

Opening his speech, Imran Khan lamented the current economic situation of the country under the Shehbaz Sharif government. He said a government with a new mandate and national support behind it would be able to elevate its stature, Dawn reported.

He said the country needed “new and fair elections because we fear that the country is under water.”

When he was removed from office in April through a vote of no confidence, the head of PTI asked: “My question today is, who is responsible for this regime change?”

He blamed former Pakistani army chief of staff General (retired) Qamar Javed Bajwa for participating in the “conspiracy” against his party.

“General Bajwa is solely responsible for overthrowing the PTI government,” former prime minister Pak was quoted as saying by The News International in his speech.

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