Imran Khan told a that the present administration would find it “extremely difficult to wage an electioneering campaign,” but that the PTI was “working in full swing for the elections.”
Following the PTI’s “Azadi March” to Islamabad last month, the government issued first information reports (FIRs) against members of the party so that it could “put whoever it wanted behind prison,” Khan said.
The former prime minister also chastised Shahbaz Sharif’s cabinet for adopting the National Accountability (Amendment) Bill, 2022 on June 9, despite President Arif Alvi’s rejection.
Khan commented on the incident, saying that the PTI would “suddenly approach the Supreme Court.”
In response to the country’s general political predicament, the PTI chairman said that the whole nation is “waiting to the institutions to act and set things right.”
Khan claimed the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects “had to be paused due to the coronavirus epidemic,” in response to a query concerning the project.
In answer to a question on Pakistan’s relations with the US during the PTI’s time, Khan stated he had friendly relations with former US President Donald Trump and that Joe Biden’s government was “stuck in dealing with things pertaining to Afghanistan.”