Pakistan Ex PM Imran Khan Statement: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party chief Imran Khan reiterated on Tuesday that his party does not need a campaign to return to power. Khan made this claim while addressing a seminar from his residence in Lahore.
According to the news of ‘Express Tribune’ newspaper, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan said that fair elections are the need of the hour to bring the country out of the present economic crisis, to create stability and confidence among the people. The more the government delays the elections, the more it will be beneficial for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and we will not even need to campaign in the present situation of the country.
‘Investors should be given benefits’
Khan said that a government with a clear majority is needed so that it can take concrete and tough decisions. Criticizing the Union government led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Khan said the new government will have to take tough decisions to “correct the country’s path”. The country needs to attract investment and investors should be given benefits.
Khan had abstained from passing the no-confidence motion
The 70-year-old cricketer-turned-politician is under fire these days for buying gifts, including an expensive Graff wristwatch, which he received as prime minister at a discounted price from the state depository called Toshakhana, and selling them for profit. Was staying Khan, who survived an assassination attempt earlier this month, is expected to resume his long march this week demanding early elections. He was removed from the post in April after a no-confidence motion was passed against him.
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