Imran Khan's ‘anti-institutions’ narrative a conspiracy to divide Pakistan: Asif Zardari
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Former president and PPP Vice-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari strongly condemned PTI Chairman Imran Khan for his anti-institutions statements and narrative saying it is an attempt to divide the country, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
Asif Ali Zardari said that the hateful comments against institutions was a failed attempt to get rid of accountability.
He further said that Imran Khan has lost his mind after ousting from power through a constitutional process (of no-confidence motion) by the elected parliament of the people.
“Imran Khan has now attacked the state institutions in a bid to hide corruption cases and foreign funding cases,” he added.
Imran Khan is making the state institutions controversial in a bid to save himself from the penalties and seems like again a conspiracy to divide the country.
“Imran Khan, along with running campaign trends against state institutions, also ignites the emotions of people based on conspiracies. He is damaging the Pakistan state institutions with such a hatred based narrative.”
“This process of hateful narrative will not be tolerated as the country has gone back in the last four years of his era.”
Asif Ali Zardari said that Imran Khan’s narrative to create division in the country is dangerous to the sovereignty of the country and only enemy powers will benefit from it.
Earlier, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Sunday announced legal action against PTI chief Imran Khan for “hatching a grand conspiracy against Pakistan”.
The PM said that those concocting a narrative against national institutions were the real Mir Jafars and Mir Sadiqs and that Imran Khan had challenged the state, Constitution and national institutions during his speech in Abbottabad on Sunday.
Reporter Usman Javed