Updated: March 19, 2023 11:32 PM IS
lahore (Pakistan), March 19 (ANI): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (ITP) President Imran Khan on Sunday he said that there are 94 processes against him, which reflects that the Pakistan the establishment feels threatened by him, adding that a committee has been formed to run the party if he is arrested.
“The establishment right now somehow feels threatened by me. And that’s the problem,” he said. “My life is even more threatened than at any other time,” he said, adding that he was worried about the reaction to his arrest or any attempt to kill him. “I feel like there would be a very strong reaction , and it would be a reaction everywhere PakistanImran said.
“I made a committee that will obviously make decisions once…if…I’m inside” the jail, the 70-year-old said in an interview on his lahore home before going to islamabad early Saturday, The International News.com reported.
The News.com reported that Imran Khan he told a foreign news agency that there were 94 cases against him. Khan said the threat to his life was greater than before and claimed, without providing evidence, that his opponents wanted to stop him from running for election later this year.
Khan said there was no reason for him to be arrested now because he had bail in all cases. If he is found guilty in a case, Khan could face being barred from running in elections scheduled for November.
“My life is even more threatened than before,” he said, adding that he was worried about the reaction to his arrest or any attempt to kill him.
“I feel like there would be a very strong reaction, and it would be a reaction on everything. PakistanImran said.
“I just think that those who are trying to do this just can’t understand the situation. Unfortunately, I don’t think they understand where Pakistan is at the moment,” he added.
Khan claimed the army had played a role in removing him from power after relations with the previous army chief, (ret.) General Qamar Javed Bajwa, withdrew in November, The News.com reported.
On Saturday, when Imran Khan departed for the federal capital, the Punjab Police resumed an operation in the ITP boss’s residence, broke into his home and arrested several party workers. In his response, the former prime minister said it was “clear” that despite having obtained “bail” in the cases brought against him, the Pakistan The government led by the Democratic Movement intended to arrest him.
“It is also obvious now that the entire siege of lahore it was not about ensuring that I would appear in court in a case, but rather that he intended to put me in prison so that I could not lead our election campaign,” he added.
In another tweet, he added: “Meanwhile Punjab Police led a raid on my home in Zaman Park where Bushra Begum is alone. Under what law are they doing this?”
“This is part of the London Plan where commitments were made to bring fugitive Nawaz Sharif to power as a quid pro quo for accepting an appointment,” he added.
ITP Vice President Shah Mehmood Qureshi, ITP General Secretary Asad Umar and Shireen Mazari criticized the Punjab government and police for attacking the Zaman Park residence. Qureshi said that ITP The workers were subjected to the worst tortures and the sanctity of the veil and the four walls were violated. “Does the law not apply to these animals?”
Asad Umar, in his reaction, claimed that the Zaman Park operation was being carried out in sheer violation of court orders. He claimed that there was only one housewife at home. He said there was no law or morality left.
Skinning the imported government, Shireen Mazari said the assault on Imran KhanBushra Bibi’s residence, where Bushra Bibi was alone inside the house, was pure state terrorism by a corrupt interim head of government and his Gullu Butt policeman.
Mazari said it appeared that some within the state deliberately wanted to drive a widening wedge between the people and the state so that Pakistan weakens and accepts submission to external powers.
ITP Leader Fawad Chaudhry demanded the government to remove barricades from the roads within the city leading to the court in islamabad immediately to ensure the free flow of traffic.
“Let there be a space for the Constitution and the law in the country,” he said.
“The route to the courts has become Gaza,” he wrote on Twitter, adding that written requests would be immediately submitted to the islamabad Supreme Court. He condemned the restrictive administrative measures as “police terrorism”. (ME TOO)