Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and a former prime minister, has declared that he will not engage with the government but that a delegation from his party will participate in any negotiations that are held.
Imran declared that he would not sit with people he called corrupt and thieves in an interview with a foreign TV channel.
He stated that the country’s current largest issue is organizing general elections in 90 days and that the likelihood of elections in October was slim if they were not.
According to the PTI chairman, if conversations were to take place, just the subject of elections would be discussed.
“Negotiations are useless if they refuse to accept the elections. I haven’t spoken to anyone, but I’m willing to discuss holding the elections,” he added.
He criticized former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and claimed he had a history of using the Supreme Court to further his interests by dividing it.
You create the appearance that there is no Constitution or law in the nation by refusing to acknowledge the Supreme Court’s ruling. Yet he stressed that the Supreme Court would have the support of the entire country.
Imran asserted that a scheme to manipulate the assembly decreased PTI’s seats in the 2018 elections.
He further asserted that he was aware of the PTI members’ managers.
He stated that the PTI would fully support the Supreme Court and harshly criticized the PDM for refusing to recognize the ruling of the Supreme Court’s three-judge panel.