Thankfully, Imran Khan has cancelled his Prison Bharo Tehreek. The initiative was unsuccessful because the police in several locations across the nation declined to detain many PTI employees. Following their incarceration, the PTI urged their release after understanding that doing so would damage their political position and the loyalty of their party followers. As a prime minister, a party leader, and a politician, Imran Khan has failed. Yet, he is effective at leading the resistance.
The gimmicks used by Imran Khan are out of control. The PTI leader and former prime minister had the notion to generate political instability by putting more people behind bars after being inspired by the subcontinent’s liberation warriors. Khan cannot possibly have anybody else in mind even though this was completely unneeded given the fact that more than half of the country cannot even afford to eat one meal at a time.
Khan and his associates came up with this excellent plan after broad demonstrations and rallies against the existing administration were unsuccessful. In key cities all around the nation, a large number of PTI officials and employees have offered to be arrested. While several attempted arrests in Peshawar and Multan failed, a few were taken into custody by the Punjab Police. Khan was disappointed with the movement’s response, and there haven’t been near as many arrests as he had anticipated.
Although it is clear that Khan wants to retake control, his demands for action are very odd. He attempts to create the impression that he is fighting for the country when everyone knows that he just works for himself by referencing a strategy that was employed by liberation fighters against colonisers. He cooperated with individuals he repeatedly mistreated because of his unquenchable ambition to become prime minister. His ego was so wounded by being removed from power that he made it his life’s work to regain it by whatever means necessary.
At the Lahore High Court, some prominent PTI officials and former parliamentarians were detained. This misfire of a movement reveals the real Imran Khan. He simply wants the nation to be extremely politically unstable at a time when it is also economically unstable, and his administration is to blame for this as well. The drama he conjures up demonstrates how unsteady a person he is. Beginning in April, he claimed that the PDM was working with foreign governments to depose him from office, even though he had been expelled from the house by a vote of no confidence. It’s important to keep in mind the day of the vote of no confidence since he did several unconstitutional things to save his seat from being taken away He also had little success in the rallies he held around the nation in an attempt to win people over with his heartbreaking tales. After that, he began a protracted march that was only cut short by an attack on him. Later he gave the orders to dissolve the legislatures in Punjab and KPK, and this spectacle of willingly filling the jails has occurred since.
It should be emphasised that Pakistan is now experiencing the biggest economic crisis in history and has just had extremely destructive floods. But, none of this stopped the ousted prime minister from pulling out all of his ruses. Sadly, none of his schemes appears to be successful. Everything, from the foreign conspiracy theory to this prison bharo tehreek, seems to fall short of Khan’s goals.
He wouldn’t have exploited anything to increase his political clout if he had been acting in Pakistan’s best interests. His evil objectives are now readily apparent. Imran’s only benefit and drawback are that none of his plans is as successful as he would like them to be.