GUJRANWALA: PTI Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Wednesday that he has never bowed before anybody in a servile way and would not allow Pakistanis to do so.
Khan remarked on his dismissal while speaking to a jalsa in Gujranwala, saying that the prime ministership had no worth in his view.
The country’s top crooks were gathered together to remove an elected government via a “foreign plot,” the former premier stated, alluding to the no-confidence vote that deposed him from office.
He renewed his demand for the country to march against Islamabad in order to foil the foreign plot.
The PTI chairman, while praising his administration and shedding light on the country’s continuing economic problems, said that exports increased significantly under his term. “The country’s exports have climbed by 26% in the previous nine months,” he said.
Khan claimed that his administration lowered fuel costs as well as “Fazlur Rehman (diesel)” prices, claiming that the government helped the people while global inflation was growing.
He also said that his administration aided farmers and that they benefited the most during the PTI government’s two years in office.
“Our nation benefited with the growth in employment rate during the COVID-19 epidemic,” he added, adding that these crooks deposed our government just when our country was improving.