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I don’t see elections in near future: Imran Khan

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has voiced anxiety over the talks about ushering in a ‘technocrat’ government in the country; “I do not see new elections in the near future”.

“It is vital for the ‘people’ sitting behind the government to consent to a fresh election,” he remarked on Wednesday to a delegation of newly-elected Lahore Press Club office-bearers.
Fawad Chaudhry, senior vice president of the PTI, tweeted that the PTI will not support the decision to install a technocrat government in the nation.

The other side will fight back. He referred to the concept of replacing the current system of governance with a technocratic one as “foolish,” and he said that the political crisis was worse than the current state of the economy.
He said, “Such plans were created at the expense of the nation’s interests merely to prevent Imran Khan from resuming office. The former prime minister also warned the group that the results of the 2018 general elections would not be favorable for the nation if any “political engineering” took place.

The former prime minister, who has maintained that there is no use in corresponding with the current “imported government,” claimed that only the establishment was responsible for allowing elections to take place and that this included the army chief. He asserted that he was not in touch with the “establishment.”

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