Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan
Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan has started becoming weak in front of the Shehbaz Sharif government. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said on Wednesday that he is ready to talk to anyone in power. This statement of Imran Khan has come at a time when many leaders of his party have left him after the riots on May 9 and then the action of the army.
According to the report of Geo TV, Imran Khan while addressing his supporters said that he is forming a committee to talk to any person sitting in power. Which will talk about the issues. If it helps the country according to him, then I will leave politics. The second question is that if elections are held in the country in October, then how beneficial will it be for the country.
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PTI Chief further said, assure us on these two things, if he believes and satisfies the committee with his answers that my leaving politics will benefit the country, then I will step back and leave politics.
Violent protests took place all over Pakistan
In fact, after the arrest of Imran Khan in the Al-Qadir Trust case earlier this month, violent protests were witnessed across Pakistan. Several military establishments including the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi were also ransacked. Since then many PTI leaders have left the party.
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A total of 30 leaders have left PTI so far.
Around 30 PTI leaders from four provinces of Pakistan have left Imran Khan’s side so far. It is also being speculated that now more leaders will also leave PTI. This is the reason why Imran Khan has become softer now than before seeing his leaders going away gradually.