Islamabad: Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has claimed that people in the ruling party are calling him but have “blocked” his number. He said he did not want to speak to them until after the general election. “How much better it is to drop an atomic bomb on Pakistan than to let these criminals stay in power,” Imran said.
It is noteworthy that Imran was removed from office by a no-confidence motion in Parliament. He also became the first Pakistani prime minister to be removed by a no-confidence motion in parliament. Khan called on the people to be ready for the “historic march” in the federal capital (Islamabad). “When people take to the streets, many options are open,” he said.
,Their numbers are blocked,
Pakistani newspaper Dawn quoted Khan as saying, “Messages are coming from the ruling establishment. But I will not talk to anyone until the general election is called. ” Khan said he “blocked their numbers”.
Imran Khan accused the opposition
Imran Khan The United States has been widely accused of plotting to overthrow its government. According to the Geo News Channel, Khan questioned whether those who supported the “conspiracy” were concerned about Pakistan’s future. “How much better it is to drop an atomic bomb on Pakistan than to keep these criminals in power,” he said.