Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has hinted toward returning to the National Assembly. He has said that a strategy had been devised for the National Assembly.
He told senior journalists, who met him at his Zaman park residence, the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz’s (PML-N) lawmakers of the National Assembly were in contact with them; nevertheless, they will first put them to the test before deciding. He said that Shehbaz Sharif would no longer be allowed to sleep.
Imran Khan asserted that PTI was the key to the PML-Q future, adding that PML-Q would participate under the banner of the bat they would better prevail. He said that he would seek the task of unification to come to an end.
The PTI chairman was asked about his return to the National Assembly to which he replied, “I am confident the elections would be held in March-April, they could go back to the parliament for the caretaker setup.”
Imran Khan, following the setback in the Sindh local body elections, stated that the PPP’s rigging and PTI’s organizational weakness were the primary causes of the loss in Karachi.
The former prime minister said that because Ishaq Dar was required to increase petroleum prices last night but did not do so, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan program would not likely happen now. He said that Ishaq Dar received a $2 billion loan and simultaneously lost $2 billion in remittances.
The Bajwa philosophy hasn’t changed much, he said.