Imran Khan, the Chairman of Tehreek-e-Insaf, expressed concern that some people are trying to sabotage the Minar Pakistan rally. Speaking to the media during his appearance at the Anti-Terrorism Court, he revealed that 1,600 of their workers have been arrested.
Despite this setback, Khan remains optimistic that the rally will be the largest in history, and he urged detractors to witness its success firsthand.
He accused opponents of using any tactics necessary to undermine his party, including torture and the suppression of freedoms, which he likened to the situations in Kashmir and Palestine.
Imran Khan emphasized that in the fight for true freedom, sacrifices must be made and he is ready to make them. He stated that fear has been overcome and there is no turning back.
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At the Minar Pakistan rally, he plans to discuss the current situation and how to move the nation forward.
Previously, Imran Khan had expressed concern about the disappearance of PTI workers and the filing of false terrorism charges against him.
He believes that the lack of rule of law undermines public trust in the justice system and government. He added that the difference between a rich and poor country is the rule of law.
According to a news report, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan expressed his hope in the Supreme Court to restore law and order in the country. He stated that the Supreme Court is the only institution that can rescue Pakistan from the current state of chaos and lawlessness. The former Prime Minister emphasized that there is no other option left but to rely on the Supreme Court to bring peace and stability to the country.