Former Pak PM Imran Khan Threatens ISI To Expose, Praises India
Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan once again praised India for its foreign policies & independent decisions. He criticized the PAK ruling party & warned the ISI to expose.
Imran Khan’s Azad Rally:
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan issued a stern warning to the nation’s intelligence service on Friday, saying that “he could have exposed the ISI but abstained for the sake of the country.”
I know a lot, but I’m quiet just because I don’t want to hurt my country, therefore DG ISI (ISI Director-General Nadeem Anjum), open your ears and listen… Imran Khan, the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), claimed during the rally that he “does positive criticism for advancement otherwise there was a lot I could say.”
The much-awaited “Haqiqi Azadi Long March” began from Lahore’s Liberty Chowk to Islamabad with Imran Khan and other party members. Since Imran Khan was removed from power, the conflict between Imran Khan with ISI has gained attention.
Imran Khan had previously claimed that the then-opposition alliance was “afraid” that he would choose Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed, a former head of the ISI, as the new chief of the army staff.
“They feared that I would choose Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed,’ I said. They feared that if that had happened, it would have destroyed their future, according to the head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
Imran Khan clarified his position by saying, “I never considered designating someone as army leader. I’ve never made a choice that wasn’t justified.
Imran Khan praised India once again for its independent foreign policy and for buying Russian petroleum in accordance with its national interests despite pressure from the West during the conflict in the Ukraine.
Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), claimed during his opening remarks that whereas India may purchase oil from Russia at whim, Pakistanis are slaves who have failed to make choices for the wellbeing of their citizens.
“This country’s decisions must be decided within. Nobody should ask us if Russia is providing cheap oil and if I have the option to save my compatriots. Nobody ought to be able to inform us.
India is able to import oil from Russia, but Pakistani slaves are not. Imran Khan stated, “I want to see a free society where justice must reign and people are given safety and security.
Imran Khan has previously praised India as having “khuddar quam” (extremely self-respecting people).
But he also admitted that Islamabad and New Delhi do not have a healthy relationship in his national address on the evening of the contentious vote that will almost certainly result in his resignation.