Pakistan not a long way from ‘Lanka circumstance’: Imran Khan

Previous top state leader and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) director Imran Khan has cautioned that Pakistan isn’t a long way from a ‘Sri Lanka-like circumstance’.

In a tweet on Saturday (July 23), Imran cautioned that the time isn’t far when individuals will riot for ‘genuine opportunity’ against the ‘mafias’ drove by Asif Zardari and the Sharif family. Khabar Express Tribune.

Imran Khan additionally said, ‘Mafia drove by Asif Zardari and Sharif family have pushed the country to the brink of collapse strategically and financially in only three months to save their wrongfully aggregated abundance. My inquiry is, how long will the state foundations permit this?’

Expressing that individuals won’t permit these ‘mafias’ to keep plundering, the country’s previous state leader said, “In the wake of conversing with the everyday citizens and their reaction to my call for genuine opportunity, I can say that our kin are adequately exhausted (with the current government).”

“We are not a long way from a circumstance like Sri Lanka, when our kin will rampage,” Imran said.

Imran Khan’s party PTI as of late won a major triumph in the by-appointment of Punjab, Pakistan’s most crowded territory. Following this triumph, Imran called for early public races.

On July 17, by-decisions were held in 20 voting public of Punjab. Four of these 20 voting public are in Lahore. By and large such choices are not of much significance. However, this time what is going on is totally different. The consequence of this political decision could be a ‘unique advantage’ for the governmental issues of Punjab as well as the entire of Pakistan.

Imran’s PTI won 15 out of 20 seats in Punjab. Officeholder Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s PML-N won four seats. What’s more, 1 seat has been caught by an autonomous competitor.

In a tweet on Monday (July 18) morning after PTI’s triumph, Imran Khan said, ‘Free and straightforward decisions are the main way forward from here. Some other way will just lead the country to political vulnerability and further monetary disarray.’

Experts say Imran Khan is probably going to turn into Pakistan’s top state leader once more assuming Pakistan’s next public decisions are free and fair and PTI performs ‘well’ in different locales like Punjab.