Imran Khan alleges conspiracy to kill him

Pakistan: Imran Khan has already announced a long march in Islamabad.


Deposed Prime Minister Imran Khan claimed on Saturday that a “conspiracy” for his assassination was being hatched in Pakistan and abroad, warning that if anything happens to him, people will be killed in a recent recorded attack by him. The culprits will be known through video message. kept in a safe place.

Speaking at a large rally in Punjab province’s Sialkot, Khan said that he came to know about the conspiracy a few days ago and the video recorded has named all those involved.

“There is a conspiracy going on to take my life. I came to know about this conspiracy only a few days back. A conspiracy is being hatched against me in closed rooms in the country and abroad. I have recorded a video about this conspiracy, in which all the people involved have been named. If something happens to me, people will know who was behind this conspiracy.” Earlier, he had said that the names of all those involved in toppling his government were written on his heart.

Khan blamed the US for sending his government home. He said he had asked the military establishment to intervene and save his government but it did nothing. “We are the followers of the Prophet and we will never bow down to any superpower. We are never afraid that someone accepts Allah,” Khan said.

Taking a jibe at his political opponents, he warned the “three puppets” (Prime Minister) Shahbaz Sharif, PPP’s Asif Ali Zardari and JUI-F’s Maulana Fazlur Rehman not to create any hindrance in their “freedom movement”.

Khan has already announced a long march in Islamabad. He said that after May 20, the date of March will be made public.

He said that more than 20 lakh people would gather in the capital to remove this ‘imported government’. “It will be a revolution,” he said.

Reacting strongly to Khan’s speech, Pakistan’s Defense Minister Khawaja Asif said that Khan has now come up with ‘this fake story of his assassination’ to get the sympathy of the people.

“This man (Khan) has learned nothing despite being in power for almost four years. Now Khan is saying that perhaps America and his opponents are plotting some kind of conspiracy against him. This madman has no place in Pakistani politics,” Asif told a private TV channel.

The 69-year-old cricketer-turned-politician was ousted last month via a no-confidence motion, which he alleges was masterminded by the US with the help of local players in pursuit of an independent foreign policy. His supporters used social media to target the army for doing nothing to save his government.

State institutions such as the judiciary and the military have been severely criticized after the Imran Khan-led government was ousted from power through a no-confidence motion. Since then, Khan has held several public rallies in various cities, denouncing the new government as “traitorous and corrupt rulers” allegedly at the behest of the US.

Since his expulsion, he has blamed the US for conspiring against his government – a stance that has been denied by the current government.


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