‘Country’s most powerful person is conspiring against me’, claims Imran

Imran announces to lead PTI’s election rally in Lahore tomorrow

Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has claimed that the “most powerful” figure in the country is conspiring against him, saying in addition to ignoring court orders and the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) set up to look into the assassination attempt, this powerful man is currently attempting to hide the death of party worker Zille Shah.

Calling Asif Zardari, Nawaz Sharif, and Shehbaz Sharif as “criminals”, Mr. Khan claimed that these individuals were leading Pakistan towards total disaster and urged the populace to join the “Haqeeqi Azadi” movement as a living nation in order to defeat these forces.

Flanked by former health minister Dr Yasmin Rashid, the former prime minister expressed deep concern and pain over severe torture unleashed on party worker Ali Bilal, also known as Zille Shah.

Mr. Khan expressed regret that the current government tortured and killed “a special child” and vowed that the PTI would vigorously pursue the case against the caretaker chief minister, IG Police, and CCPO, Lahore because it would determine whether Pakistan’s citizens were living in a jungle or a civilized society. Mr. Khan expressed sadness that he was mentioned by the police in the case of the murder of the PTI employee.

The PTI chief said the incumbent rulers, with the support of a “psychopath” — ostensibly a reference to a senior military agency officer, who he also calls ‘Dirty Harry’ — wanted to instill fear into society so that the nation should sit silent and ensure that the corrupt rulers be facilitated to win the upcoming general elections.

“The official having counter-terrorism expertise has unleashed torture on political workers including Shahbaz Gill, Azam Swati, several journalists and even young social media activists,” he lamented, adding, “the psychopath was torturing people after stripping them naked”.

The ex-premier said the general election schedule in Punjab was issued on court directions and his party workers were going to launch an election campaign after getting due permission from the civil administration. But police were deployed hours before the rally was scheduled to start and all roads were closed, he said.

“Party workers, including PTI central president and former health minister Dr Yasmin Rashid, were blocked on Canal Road and her vehicle’s windscreen and body were damaged for no reason,” he said.

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