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'Zardari gave stolen money to terrorist organization for my life,' says Imran Khan

The PTI Chief has warned that the national security could be at stake amid worsening economic crisis, regretting that the people behind the regime change could not learn the lesson.



'Zardari gave stolen money to terrorist organization for my life,'  says Imran Khan
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Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan  said that PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari paid money to a group of terrorists to take his life.

"Zardari has huge corruption money and he has paid to a group of terrorist for my life under Plan C," claimed Imrna Khan while addressing the nation on Friday evening.

He alleged that the money he looted from the Sindh government either was spent on the elections and now he paid that money to a terrorist organization to take his life.

"I have already mentioned four people and now Zardari," said Imran Khan, pointing out that he would take out to the streets in two weeks. 

"I have told this to the nation so they could know and could not forgive the people behind the plot to kill me," he added.

The PTI Chief warned that worsening economic crisis could put the national security at  the stake in the coming days. He said that there would be serious consequences of sky-rocketing inflation in the coming days. 

Imran Khan criticized Ishaq Dar for his failed economic policies, pointing out that the country was heading towards severe crisis.

He also compared the performance of his government and the performance of the present coalition government during his live speech on TV on Friday.

The PTI Chief apprehended that he never saw fascism in Pakistan even during the Musharraf’s era but the present regime was using different tactics to spread fears.

Khan regretted, “Swati and Fawad Chaudhary were arrested in the darkness and journalist Arshad Sharif was subjected to brutal murders to spread fear among the people, so nobody could raise the question,”.

The PTI Chief said that the consequences would be severe by the policies and Pakistan could be trapped in big trouble.

The state institutions were heading towards more devastation.

Parliament, he said, had lost its respect while FIA was damaged during the coalition government. He stated that the NAB was damaged.

The judiciary, he said, was pressurized, so there would be trouble in rule of law.

He also said that these are defining time for the judiciary and they were looking towards it for the fundamental rights and supremacy of the Constitution.

“At this stage, when our enemies have been made part of the caretaker setup, we are looking towards  the judiciary,” he asked the judiciary.

He also addressed the public that they should come out of fear at this moment, urging them to get ready for struggle for freedom.

“I will fight for my country and for my own freedom until my last breath,” said Khan, asking the people not be silent.

He warned the people that these [coalition partners] would make them slave by spreading fear.

He appealed to the people to get ready for real freedom in the coming days as the situation was quite clear in front of them.

Talking about caretaker setup in Punjab, Khan said that the heads of the departments were removed while JIT investigating attack on him was closed.

PTI Chairman Imran Khan said that they already knew when regime conspiracy was run that if the economy met any crisis then nobody could take care of it.

He said that he had already informed the ‘neutrals’ about the threat of economic crisis.

“It is called commodity supercyle—which means hiking prices. It happened due to Coronavirus. And we have warned the neutrals that these people should not be allowed to get back to power but the situation is now quite clear,” said Imran Khan.

He stated that upee continued to fall because the foreign currency reserves depleted and the current status of foreign reserves is 3.9 billion dollar.

“84 rupees fell down against the dollar in just nine months when these people came into power,” said Khan, exposing the claims of Ishaq Dar.

The impact of this continuous fall, he said, would be very severe on the poor people.

“Don’t vote the leaders whose money is in the foreign banks. Zardaris and Sharifs have their money in foreign accounts and unfortunately,” said the PTI Chief, questioning the continuous fall of rupee.

“Why the overseas should invest in Pakistan when the rupees is continuously falling down?,” he raised a question.

Addressing the salaried persons, daily wagers and laborers, Khan said that they would be the most affected amid sky-rocketing inflation.

“Petrol and diesel will go up further by 50 rupee each after rupee’s fall against the US dollar,” he warned.

He said that inflation would go up 35 per cent while sensitive price index was at 16 rupees in the PTI’s era and now it would go up to Rs45 to Rs50.

Inflation, he said, went down while in Pakistan it went up during these days.

The electricity, Khan warned, would be eight rupees more expensive per unit and the prices of gas would also go up.

He stated that the price of Urea increased and the farmers bear extra burden of Rs60b and now the industry including the export industry was shutting down while the remittances also decreased.

“You can ready economic survey prepared by this government and you will come to know that where Pakistan was standing in April and what is its current status,” he added.

“Textile workers lost their jobs recently and there is huge unemployment,” he said, adding that industry, agriculture went up during the PTI government as compared to the coalition government.

“There was historic tax collection in in their tenure,” added.