Imran Khan, the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), stated on Wednesday that the country has reached a “decisive moment” in which it must choose between enslavement and liberty.
Khan said Pakistan has evolved into a nation that will never tolerate a “imported administration” while speaking at a massive gathering in Peshawar, his first public appearance since being deposed as Prime Minister of Pakistan by a no-confidence motion in the National Assembly over the weekend.
“On Sunday, the entire nation gave its verdict that the “imported government” stands rejected,” he said.
“People used to distribute sweets whenever a Pakistani prime minister was ousted. But I am grateful to Allah that when I was deposed by a foreign-funded conspiracy, I had huge public support,” Khan remarked in his opening speech to his followers. Pakistan has been humiliated by the Americans, according to Khan, who have “imposed outlaws” on the country.
“I’m going to every city in the country… and I challenge them that they’ve never seen the kind of public mobility that I’m going to see.”
This is not the Pakistan of the 1970s, when the US plotted to depose Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, according to the PTI chairman.
“This isn’t the same Pakistan as before.” This is the social media era. There are 60 million mobile phones in the country. No one can silence our young now that they have a voice.”
He claimed that the “imported government’s” entire family is made up of people on bail.
Imran Khan, the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), stated on Tuesday that he will launch a campaign against the “imported government” with a public demonstration in Peshawar.
“With a public protest on Wednesday at Ring Road Peshawar, we will commence a campaign against the imported government forced on us through a foreign-funded conspiracy,” Khan said in a video message posted on Twitter.
“I would convey to my people a very crucial message: a nation’s freedom, its democracy, must be protected.” “No foreign power, no army, can guarantee your independence unless you are willing to accept it,” the former prime minister stated.
Imran Khan will begin off his anti-‘imported government’ campaign with a rally in Peshawar.
The protest in Peshawar is one of many public processions planned by the PTI around the country to promote its “regime change” narrative and mobilize voters for early elections.
A gathering at Mazar-e-Quaid in Karachi on Saturday, April 16, and another at Minar-e-Pakistan in Lahore on Saturday, April 23 have also been announced by the previous ruling party.
On Monday, the PTI chairman asked people to embrace his struggle against the “puppet administration” in large numbers.
He claimed that calling an early election was the only option to “let the people determine who they want as their prime minister through fair and free elections.”