Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan was criticized by information minister Marriyum Aurangzeb for deceiving the public with his “Jail Bharo” campaign. Marriyum claimed that Imran Khan could not survive two days in jail.
She said at a news conference that in movements comparable to this the leadership of a political party usually gives up first but Imran is not bold enough to freely accept arrest.
She emphasized that Imran was concealing his misdeeds with this relocation and that PTI leaders would easily obtain bail but if they were serious about this action they should pledge not to seek bail after arrest.
Marriyum claimed that “Project Imran” was subject to IMF program constraints. “During the PTI-led government’s term in office from 2018 to 2022 leaders of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) spent many months in jail yet they scarcely protested,” she added.
In addition, the information minister slammed Imran for exploiting the National Financial Commission (NFC) grant improperly and allowing terrorists to register offices in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP).
Imran stated earlier in the day that his party members should be on the lookout for his order to launch a “Jail Bharo campaign” in reaction to the federal government’s retaliatory efforts intended to harass and detain his supporters.
Imran stated that he had two choices, “Either we either take to the streets again or offer arrests and fill jails in the country.” He had said while speaking to the media via video link from his Lahore home
He said that the country’s present economic issue was not being addressed by the newly installed administration. Additionally he asserted that the majority of the present government’s interests are outside thus they will soon depart the nation.
Imran said that the government is attempting to postpone elections and issued a warning that if this happens, they will be subject to Article 6 of the constitution.