Imran Khan wanted to rule for 15 years, disqualifying the opposition leadership: Minister of Pak

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan overthrows Prime Minister Imran Khan he had “fascist plans” to extend his rule for 15 years and wanted to disqualify the entire opposition leadership by the end of this year, the PML-N’s top minister said, according to a media report Sunday. Speaking on Saturday, TV Minister Khurram Dastagir said there was preliminary information that Khan wanted to clean up the entire opposition leadership, including Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President and Acting Prime Minister Shehbaz SharifAhsan Iqbal and former Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Hakan Abbasi.
Giving strength to his lawsuit, the minister recalled that the former prime minister had also announced that the services of 100 judges would be hired to speed up cases against his political opponents, Zora newspaper reported.
Asked what led his party to take power in just a year and a half, he said: “The coalition was formed only because Mr Khan had fascist plans to attack this country.”
In response to an allegation made by Dastagir during the show, a video he uploaded to his Twitter account, PTI leader and former minister Ali Haider Zaidi said: “Huram Dastagir has openly acknowledged that the constitutionally elected government of Imran Khan was removed through a conspiracy to save the opposition from corruption cases. It is a pity that these thugs are killing now [destroying] the economy. ”
Khan, 69, was ousted in April after losing a no-confidence vote in his leadership, which is said to be part of a US-led plot against him for his independent foreign policy decisions on Russia, China and Afghanistan.
Ever since his ouster, the cricketer, who has become a politician, has protested and called for new elections because, he said, the current coalition government led by Prime Minister Sharif has been “imported” and is not a true representative of the Pakistani people.
Khan led thousands of PTI supporters to several cities in Pakistan in anti-government protests. Pakistan’s Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI), who came to power in 2018, is said to be the only Pakistani prime minister to be ousted in a no-confidence vote. parliament.

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