Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan claims, “I blocked the numbers of people present in the establishment”

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Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has claimed that people in the ruling establishment are calling him but they have ‘blocked’ his numbers.

Islamabad:

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has claimed that people in the ruling establishment are calling him but they have ‘blocked’ his numbers. He said that he does not want to talk to them till the general elections are announced. Imran made a scathing remark that “It is far better to drop a nuclear bomb on Pakistan than to let these criminals stay in power.” It is noteworthy that Imran was removed through a no-confidence motion in Parliament. With this, he has become the first Prime Minister of Pakistan to be removed through a no-confidence vote in Parliament.

Khan called on people to be prepared for a “historic march” to the federal capital (Islamabad). He said that “when people take to the streets, many options will be opened.” Pakistan’s newspaper Dawn quoted Khan as saying, “Messages are coming from the ruling establishment. But I will not talk to anyone till the general elections are announced.

Khan said he had “blocked his numbers.” Imran Khan has been continuously alleging that the US, along with the opposition, conspired to overthrow his government. According to the news of the Geo News channel, Khan asked people who supported the “conspiracy” whether they were worried about the future of Pakistan. “It is far better to drop a nuclear bomb on Pakistan than to let these criminals remain in power,” he said.

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(This news has not been edited by NDTV team. It has been published directly from Syndicate feed.)

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