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No more optimistic about holding of general elections: Imran Khan


LAHORE (PAKISTAN): Reacting to rumors emerging about the formation of a technocratic government, Pakistani leader Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and former prime minister Imran Khan said he is not more optimistic about holding general election in pakistanThe Dawn reported.
While speaking to the media at his residence on Wednesday, the head of PTI said that persuading the Pakistani Democratic Movement (PDM) government-backed forces was more important than the government itself. government. The Dawn quoted Khan as saying that there were rumors of a technocratic government being formed in the country and this led him to believe that the government was not interested in holding an early general election.
Khan also mentioned that there was no point in talking to the “imported government” about holding a general election, referring to the current prime minister. Mode of Shehbaz Sharif. He added that only the base has a role in holding elections and added that “base means commanding the army”. Furthermore, he also mentioned that he himself had no connection with the establishment.
The former Prime Minister also accused the government of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) of turning into a party in the living room. As reported by Dawn, Khan warned that “if any political plot is made in the next general election, the outcome will not be good”. Recalling that the mandate of the largest party in East Pakistan is not accepted, he said PTI is the largest political party of Pakistan and that negating the opinion of the masses will lead to dire consequences, as reported by Dawn.
The PTI director had previously alleged that General Bajwa had “reached” an agreement with Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Asif Ali Zardari and Sindh chief minister Murad Ali Shah. Khan said since both the Pakistani Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and the PPP have foreign assets, it was futile to participate in what they called the ‘economic charter’, The Dawn reported.
Retired General Qamar Javed Bajwa was also accused by Khan, accusing him of causing great injustice to the country and sending it into default on international loans. He said that in their regime the risk of default was 5% and now it has increased to 90%.

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