Former PM of Pakistan Imran KhanImage Credit source: ANI
The attitude of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan does not seem to be reducing. He is standing tall in front of the Shahbaz Sharif government, even though the top leaders of his party have betrayed him and reached the safe zone. Meanwhile, he has again targeted Pakistan’s former army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa. At the same time, Imran has alleged that a conspiracy was hatched to remove him from the post when he was on the post of PM.
Imran Khan said in an interview that on April 9 last year, his government was removed and on April 10, hundreds and thousands of people took to the streets. This had never happened before in Pakistan. It was a surprise for everyone to see so many people coming out on the streets. He had never expected such a thing because no plan was ever made to do so.
Imran has claimed that people came out on the streets on their own. After leaving the government, he went among the common people and held rallies. Huge crowd gathered in these rallies. Such a crowd was never seen in rallies held in Pakistan. After this by-elections were held, in which his party PTI swept. Imran Khan was ousted from power in April last year following a no-confidence vote, following which several allegations were leveled against him.
Why was Imran Khan removed from power?
Imran Khan claimed that former army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa was among those who conspired to topple his government. He himself had made it very clear about this because he was constantly being asked within the army that why did he remove Imran Khan from power? He said that Imran Khan is dangerous. He is also dangerous for Pakistan. Apart from this, he also gave some other reasons as well.