Wednesday Apr 27, 2022
LAHORE: Former prime minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan, while addressing his party's Workers' Convention in Lahore on Wednesday, said that the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sikandar Sultan Raja is "PML-N's agent."
He said that CEC Raja doesn't have the right to serve the post,
therefore, he should resign.
"He [CEC] alone makes the decisions and all of his decisions are against the PTI," he said.
"We demand that the foreign funding cases against all the major political parties should be heard together."
Imran further maintained that a conspiracy was hatched to forge evidence against the PTI in the foreign funding case.
The former prime minister said that an "imported government has been imposed on Pakistan under a conspiracy."
"The conspiracy was hatched outside [the country] and Mir Jafar and Mir Sadiq were united here. Your prime minister was ousted due to his independent foreign policy," Imran said.
Imran said that the United States will "control the imported government through the three stooges and cherry blossom (a brand of shoe polish).
"They will enslave this country to cover their corrupt practices."
Imran went on to say that the turncoats who became part of the conspiracy were not aware of it.
"The three stooges were part of the conspiracy but the turncoats may not know [about their indirect involvement]. They sold their conscience for Rs200-250 million."
Saying that PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, PPP's Asif Ali Zardari, and Maulana Fazlur Rehman were part of the conspiracy, Imran demanded the courts to take action against them by hearing the case on a daily basis.
The PTI chairman also announced that a prayer ceremony will be organised tomorrow night which will be attended by Maulana Tariq Jamil.
Asking the workers to spread the message, Imran said that special prayers for the country's real freedom will be said at the event.
The PTI chairman said despite the country's current account deficit being at an 11-year low, a "conspiracy" was hatched to oust him.
"American undersecretary met our ambassador and told him that a no-confidence motion will be presented before Imran Khan tomorrow; if that succeeds, then everything will be forgiven for Pakistan," the ex-premier said.
Moving on, the PTI chairman said he wanted at least two million people to gather in Islamabad when he asks them to reach the capital — to protest against the government.
"For 30 years, they have been ruling the country; corruption cases against them were not created during our tenure," the ex-prime minister said.
The PTI chairman said the incumbent government was now seeking NRO II. "The cases against their ministers will be closed now, and they will start corruption now."