Imran Khan releases video message for PTI workers on Chand Raat

By: News Desk
Published: 06:58 PM, 2 May, 2022
Imran Khan releases video message for PTI workers on Chand Raat
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Monday released his video message for party workers to come to the streets with the party flags to oppose the foreign conspiracy.

According to the 24News HD TV channel, PTI Chairman Imran Khan presided over his core team meeting and later made viral his video message through social media.

He said in his message that his government was removed under a big conspiracy against democracy in Pakistan. He said he wrote a letter to the President of Pakistan, Chief Justice of Pakistan and also placed it before the National Security Committee.

Imran Khan said Mir Jaffer and Mir Sadiq of our country were involved in this conspiracy, adding that initially no one accept my claim including journalists and politicians and said it was a lie.

Later, he said the threatening letter conspiracy was proved and everyone agreed about its existence. And now, a video of an American defence analyst has come out in which she is saying that the Prime Minister Imran Khan was removed because he wanted to run an independent foreign policy, said Imran Khan.

The PTI chairman said the US analyst also exposed the fact that the Pakistani Prime Minister was expanding relations with China and trade with Russia so he was changed.

He said the sitting Prime Minister will sacrifice the interest of Pakistan for the sake of American interest as they (opponents of the PTI) have come on an agenda.

Imran Khan said a commission should be formed to investigate the threatening letter in an open hearing as it will expose the real traitors of the country.

PTI Chairman Imran said the government of Shehbaz Sharif has made shameful cases of blasphemy on his party leaders.

At the end of his video message, he said the whole nation should come out with flags on Chand Raat.

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