Imran criticizes the government for introducing a law to limit the CJP’s authority.

On Tuesday, Imran Khan, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader, aimed at the government for introducing the bill to limit the Chief Justice of Pakistan’s authority (CJP).

In a video statement at a press conference, Mr. Khan said that the government had passed laws to pressure the court.

The corruption of these two political organizations has even been the subject of novels, according to Mr. Khan, criticized the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP).

Rana Sanaullah, the interior minister, was slammed by the ousted premier, who said: “A hooligan has replaced the interior minister with no intelligence whatsoever. Sanaullah has a history of murder. Everyone on earth has heard him.”

Imran criticises the interior minister.
Imran criticises the interior minister.

Mr. Khan highlighted France as an example, noting that a situation like Pakistan did not exist elsewhere. “France’s citizens are protesting against pension reform. But, the French police have not detained even one individual inside a residence “.

Mr. Khan announced today that his party would hold seminars in Karachi to draw attention to human rights violations.

Aftab Siddiqui, president of the PTI Karachi chapter, visited the deposed premier. Arsalan Taj and Shah Nawaz Jadoon, two legislators, were also present during the meeting. Mr. Siddiqui told Mr. Khan about the PTI’s “political vendetta” in Karachi. Arsalan Taj and Shah Nawaz Jadoon, who “fronted the political victimization,” received encouragement from Mr. Khan.

Mr. Khan gave the political leaders significant tasks related to the elections and said seminars would be held across Sindh to address human rights abuses. He also promised to speak to the workshop about this sooner.

Human rights are violated when PTI employees’ residences are searched in Karachi. Consistently, the country’s constitution is broken, “Khan bemoaned.

On the other hand, Mr. Khan declared that he was prepared to take part in every APC meeting to support the supremacy of the constitution.

The ousted premier made fun of Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah while speaking with Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) President Kazim Khan. According to him, Rana Sanaullah had a significant part in the assassination attempt on him.

“I’ve previously mentioned the other two accountable parties. Sanaullah, among the three, had been instrumental in sabotaging the inquiry into the assassination attempt on me, he asserted.

Mr. Khan continued criticizing Mr. Sanaullah, calling him a “coward” and asserting that Sanaullah was a member of the “terrorist mafia” rather than the interior minister.

The nation’s lack of a legal system will be demonstrated if the elections are not held on schedule, according to Mr. Khan’s statement about the elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He urged the PTI candidates to conduct the April 30 mass contact campaign.

Mr. Khan attacked the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), claiming that the party used its tried-and-true pressure-appeal strategy of attacking the courts.