In an interview with ARY News on Friday, the Pakistani prime minister claimed that he had received information from reliable sources that his life was in danger. However, Imran warned that there was no reason to think that he would back down for fear of that.
“I will fight as far as I can for an independent and democratic Pakistan,” he said. That is why I am not afraid even though I am in danger of losing my life.
Imran further claimed that three paths have been chosen in front of him to stay in power. And that path has been chosen by the ‘institution’ (Pak army). One is a vote of confidence, the second is a quick election and the third is resignation. The first of these three paths is Sunday. In other words, Imran will have to prove his majority in the confidence vote on that day. If the results are against the current, choose the second way, quick selection.
He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture. That is why they have joined hands with foreign powers.
The Pakistani Prime Minister said, “I want to inform the people of the country that I am in danger of losing my life. The opposition is not letting me down.” Even lifting my wife’s character is attacking.
Cricket star-turned-Prime Minister Imran Khan has faced widespread political instability in the country over the past few weeks. A look at the country’s history reveals that no Pakistani prime minister has ever served a five-year term. Every prime minister has had to step down in the face of political and military instability before his term expires.
Political analysts in Pakistan say that after winning the 2016 elections, Prime Minister Imran Khan had the overwhelming support of the country’s military. But later on, Imran Khan’s tension with the army on various issues increased.
However, Imran Khan has denied receiving support from the army. The Pakistani military has also denied any involvement in civilian politics. However, the military has ruled the country for almost half of its history.