Imran says Nawaz Sharif delaying elections as sure about his defeat
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Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has said he will have “respectable ties with the US”, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
Addressing marchers at Kharian and Faisalabad via a video link, he said that he never intended to fight any country and that he believed in an ‘independent’ foreign policy.
“I have been working on an independent foreign policy that will be beneficial for the people of Pakistan,” he said, adding that India has respectable relations with all countries including the US. He recalled raising the issue of Islamophobia at the United Nations.
Taking a swipe at the PDM government, he said he has been saying this for the past seven months that the coalition government cannot handle the pressure of running the government.
He alleged that Nawaz Sharif is pushing the country towards chaos and anarchy. “Nawaz has been delaying elections as he is quite sure about his defeat,” he added.
PTI chairman Imran Khan asked if anyone had a way out of the current crisis in the country or not. He said that people had lost confidence in the government. “Our debts are increasing and revenue is decreasing. Inflation has increased tremendously in seven months.
Imran went on to say that political stability could be achieved if the country was economically stable.
The PTI chief Imran Khan said that the genesis of problems is in London where a convicted fugitive is sealing the fate of the state
They never made decisions on merit. They always bring their people to head institutions. They don’t care about the country’s economy, he added.
He added that no matter how much the government lied, the truth would always come out. The public has rejected this imported government and the number of people joining the long march has shown this.
He said that the regime change experiment has failed and they are trying to pull the country out of a quagmire.
PTI chairman Imran Khan has claimed that a ‘propaganda’ is being made against the long march. This march is for free and fair elections, he hinted.