‘Will reveal poison used to murder ex-FIA director Muhammad Rizwan’: Imran Khan at Swabi power show

Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said that he knew about a drug which could be used to induce cardiac arrest and that he would name the one used to murder former director of the Federal Investigation Agency, Dr. Muhammad Rizwan.

While addressing a political gathering in Swabi, he said that the investigation agency had already been destroyed as the official who was probing the cases of the alleged corruption of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his sons had died mysteriously, while another official was fighting for his life.

He also asked the people that if they could not join him in the long march, then they should come to Swabi.

Imran Khan has led a number of public gatherings after being removed from the office through a no-trust motion in the National Assembly.

“Those who cannot join me in Islamabad should come out in Swabi and fight against the imported government,” he said, reiterating that the agenda of all Pakistanis should be ‘Ghulami Na Manzoor’ (Slavery unacceptable).

The former prime minister mentioned the US war on terror and said that 80,000 Pakistanis had lost their lives, but nobody acknowledged that sacrifice.

He said that nobody was going to respect the slaves and that’s why we should admit that the government had been imposed on us through a foreign conspiracy. He added, “We have to tell the conspirators that we will never accept this regime change and this imported government has to go.”

The PTI chairman also spoke again about the drone attacks, and said that in the previous governments, there were almost 400 US drone attacks and there was no resistance. He also claimed that the previous governments never raised their voices against the drone attacks and as a result, innocent people were martyred.

“These people would never raise their voices for the people of Pakistan because they are the slaves of the West and worship money more than anything else,” he said.

He claimed that the US knew that Khan would never allow anyone to go against the interests of Pakistan and that was why they imposed this imported government.