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Imran fears next election would be stolen owing to ‘anti-PTI posts’

LAHORE: Imran Khan a former prime minister, said that the public has never before rejected a “regime change operation” in reference to the opposition’s successful no-confidence vote that led to his overthrow in April of last year.

Imran expressed his firm belief that the upcoming elections would be rigged to foreign media representatives on Tuesday in Lahore. He also stated that the officials responsible for the atrocities committed against PTI activists on May 25 were posted to Punjab. He emphasized that the Constitution made it plain that elections were to be held 90 days after assemblies were dissolved.

Imran criticized the caretaker administrations in Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa for the detention of PTI leaders, claiming that he had never witnessed such retaliation in the history of the nation. Additionally, he held the coalition administration accountable for the economic collapse, the devaluation of the rupee, and the rise in gas and other commodity costs.

Speaking about the Toshakhana case, PTI chief argued that the government is in a difficult situation because the court requested information about the state gift depository that has not yet been provided.

He claimed that “He wants me to be disqualified” and denied having spoken to PML-N leader and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. In defense of his latest announcement to start the “Jail Bharo Tehreek” (fill the jails movement), he said that it was a tactic for organizing a nonviolent demonstration.

Imran asserted that he thought the Taliban-led administration in Afghanistan was not hostile to Pakistan. However, the country cannot afford to have terrorism.

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