PTI chair says Maryam’s ‘Mrs. Mandela’ launch failed miserably:
PTI chair says Maryam’s ‘Mrs. Mandela’ launch failed miserably
Imran Khan, the current leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and a former prime minister, declared on Thursday that Maryam Nawaz’s attempt to become “Mrs. Mandela” had failed.
He further advised that PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif return to Pakistan to know the reality of his popularity.
While speaking to the media at Zaman Park in Lahore, the former prime minister stated that the court now has the authority to create constitutional superiority.
He went on to argue that the current government was unconcerned about holding elections and that only the judiciary could ensure fair elections.
“It takes two hands to clap,” the PTI chairman said when asked about meeting Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Asim Munir.
Imran explained that the term “establishment” applies only to the army commander, but he did meet with former COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa after his government ended.
When asked if his party will participate in the All Parties Conference (APC), the PTI leader stated that the government should first convene the APC before choosing whether or not to send delegates.
Imran Khan indicated during a discussion of the party’s campaign strategy for the upcoming elections that the party will only offer tickets to its loyal and sincere personnel.
‘Storm of inflation’
In reaction to the deal with the International Monetary Fund, the former prime minister forecast a “storm of inflation” (IMF).
“The rulers are sending their money elsewhere,” he remarked.
Only substantial investment from Pakistanis residing abroad can save Pakistan’s economy, he added.