Imran Khan’s troubles are not ending. There is talk of banning Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
The political existence of Pakistan’s former PM Imran Khan may end. The Pakistan government says that it is also considering banning Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. This ban on PTI may be due to the violence after the arrest of Imran Khan on 9th May. Imran Khan was arrested by the army from inside the Islamabad High Court premises. In that case, the government is taking strict action and action can be taken under the army against the people who attacked.
Talking about the same, Pakistan’s Defense Minister Khawaja Asif said that at present talks are on as to how to clamp down on the people involved in the May 9 violence. Regarding the ban on PTI, Asif said that no decision has been taken yet, but discussions are definitely going on. Meanwhile, the process of Imran Khan leaving the party continues. PTI leader Muhammad Salim Akhtar has left the party. The former MP said he was leaving PTI as the country’s politics was now going in the wrong direction. He said that I do not have time for such politics.
Old leaders are continuously leaving, how Imran is getting lonely
Many leaders of Imran Khan’s party have left in the last few days. Meanwhile, Khwaja Asif said that Imran Khan is doing dangerous politics. He said that Imran considers the army as his enemy. He said that the entire politics of Imran Khan started sitting on the lap of the army. Today he suddenly decided to stand against the army itself. Minister of Shahbaz Sharif government said that what I am saying, these things have been said by many leaders who left PTI.
Imran Khan on backfoot, demand for apology
Khwaja Asif said that the violence that took place on May 9 was planned well in advance. He said that only the companions of Imran Khan are now telling that he had instigated the violence. The Shahbaz government has been continuously demanding from Imran Khan to apologize for the violence. Not only this, President Arif Alvi had also advised Imran Khan that he should make an open statement against the violence on May 9 and criticize it.