Prime Minister Imran Khan claimed on Sunday that “foreign influences” are behind efforts to destabilize his administration, and that “some of our own individuals” are being utilized in the process.
The premier was addressing at the Parade Ground in Islamabad at one of his party’s “largest” rallies in its history, as the Opposition prepares to remove him from power via a no-confidence resolution.
PM Imran Khan’s address was ‘unsurprising.’
The premier stated he had “written proof” that “money has been coming in from overseas,” and that “some of our individuals are being utilized to overturn the government,” while flashing a letter in front of the public.
“For months, scheming and planning have been carried out to influence Pakistan’s foreign policy from the outside,” he claimed.
“We know who’s behind it,” the prime minister stated, adding that “a lot of things will be presented to the people but at the correct moment.”
“The people of Pakistan want to know who the guy in London [Nawaz] meets, as well as who is training the leaders in Pakistan.”
He said that the government had “proof” of foreign involvement in Pakistan’s affairs, but declined to provide any specifics, stating that he “is not at liberty to give further facts” because he “cares for the security and interest of the nation.”
He claimed the nation has fallen behind in all fields since the two political dynasties came to power, referring to the PPP and PML-N.
“I’ve been fighting them for the past 25 years, and I’ve never fought for personal interests for so long,” he remarked.
The PM claimed a few days ago that he will “surprise” the Opposition a day before the no-confidence vote, but that he has yet to place his cards on the table.
‘Because of ex-leaders, the government has been getting threats.’
According to Prime Minister Imran, the nation has been threatened repeatedly as a result of past leaders’ conduct. “Governments in the nation have been changed with the help of our own people,” he remarked.
He said that when previous Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto attempted to establish an independent foreign policy for Pakistan, Maulana Fazlur Rehman and “fugitive Nawaz Sharif” launched a campaign against him.
“Because of their schemes, Bhutto was executed, and it’s a pity that Zardari and Bilawal have joined hands with such [conspirators].”
‘Members of the PML-N and PPP in NA will also wake up.’
Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the public would wait and watch when the Parliament votes on the no-confidence resolution against him.
“Those [MNAs] who vote against us will never be forgiven by the country,” he declared. “Your only alternative is to quit,” says the narrator.
“Not only will our members return,” the premier said, “but the consciences of PML-N and PPP members of the National Assembly will also be aroused.”
The premier began his speech by thanking the jalsa participants for coming to Islamabad in response to his request and for coming from all around the nation. The prime praised his crew for putting together the jalsa.
“I’d want to thank my teammates and the whole country for making this jalsa possible. Thank you for brightening my day “he said “I’m going to have a heart-to-heart with the country today.”
In response to allegations that he uses religious overtones in his political speeches, the premier remarked that when he entered politics 25 years ago, it was for the benefit of Pakistan’s ideology.
“Nations are created on beliefs, and Islam was the philosophy on which Pakistan was founded,” he remarked. The PM went on to say that his time living in the West taught him that the genuine principles of Islam were followed abroad rather than in Pakistan.
“After residing in the United Kingdom, I became aware of the notion of a welfare state,” he said. “This was the identical model on which Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) constructed the Madinah kingdom.”
He said that Muslims governed the globe for a long time because they followed the holy prophet’s ways (PBUH).
“I imagined a welfare state in Pakistan based on those ideas, and Alhamdulillah, we have already begun down that route. I am pleased of the fact that we have implemented a welfare-based healthcare system in the nation.”