Let me make it clear, I’m not doing this media talk to leave PTI: Imran Khan
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, while covering up the leaders who left his party, said that he is not addressing the people because he is also leaving the party.
“Let me make it clear, I am not doing this media talk because I am quitting PTI,” Khan said after his party’s majority leaders announced their departure through a press conference.
The PTI chief’s remarks came during his on-air talk with People, where he lamented that his party members were being separated “through forced divorces” – a term he had previously coined. used to
“First, when they come [for the press conferences]We condemn the events of May 9. Then, they announce to quit PTI.”
Reacting to the government’s move to put his name on the “no-fly list”, Khan said he had no intention of leaving the country and assured the rulers that he would stay in Pakistan.
“These things matter to people who have properties overseas.”
Khan’s party is feeling the heat of the state’s power after his angry PTI activists attacked military installations, including the Corps Commander’s House in Lahore and the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi, following his arrest on May 9 – the day the army celebrated as “Black Day”. .
Several party leaders and thousands of activists have been arrested in connection with the violent protests, and the military has insisted that those involved in attacks on military installations be prosecuted under the Pakistan Army Act and the Official Secrets Act.
Many party leaders and legislators, including Shireen Mazari, Aamir Mehmood Kayani, Malik Amin Aslam, Mehmood Maulvi, Aftab Siddiqui, Fayyazul Hasan Chauhan, Malika Bukhari, Musrat and Jamshed Cheema, have publicly condemned the attacks on state institutions and announced Is. Leaving the former ruling party since the May 9 vandalism.