Pakistan (infosette News) Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and a former prime minister, announced on Wednesday that PTI would protest tomorrow outside the ECP but would refrain from going within the Red Zone.
Imran stated in an interview with a private TV network that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) made absurd accusations against PTI in response to the ECP decision. He claimed that the panel put together two papers, one of which claimed that PTI was added at the request of “someone” because it was a foreign-funded party.
“An affidavit was signed stating who owned the assets, and another stating that the party accounts were accurate. Shaukat Khanum has an 18 billion rupee budget. To view the entire budget, must I be an accountant? I received a briefing on the accounts, and I will undoubtedly validate them, he continued.
The PTI chairman took a shot at CEC Sikandar Sultan Raja, claiming that “ECP was involved in the conspiracy with the “imported government” against PTI as the institution was purposefully delaying the funding reports of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).”
In order to put an end to the nation’s turmoil, he renewed his plea for the holding of free and fair elections. If the date for new elections is made public, we are prepared to engage in dialogue. For fear of losing, Shehbaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari are hesitant to declare new elections.
The PTI leader responded to rumours that his name had been added to the Exit Control List (ECL) by claiming that he had no intention of travelling overseas and that the government was allowed to do so.