- Imran Khan said that Pakistan may split into 3 parts and may also lose its nuclear deterrence
- Pakistan is on the verge of “self-destruction” and will go “bankrupt”, said former Pakistan PM Khan
- Asif Ali Zardari slammed Khan and said that no Pakistani can talk of breaking this country
In another controversial statement, former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that if the establishment of the country does not take the right decision, the country may split into three parts and may also lose its nuclear deterrence.
The deposed Prime Minister made these remarks in a recent interview to a private television channel.
The TV interviewer asked Imran Khan, “If the establishment is not with you despite your popularity in the case of Benazir Bhutto, you will not be able to come back to power. Keeping this in mind, what is your future strategy?”
Imran Khan’s reply:
“The real problem here is Pakistan and the establishment. If the establishment doesn’t make the right decisions, I will tell you in writing that they will perish, and the armed forces will be the first to perish.” He told the interviewer, “Pakistan will break into three parts”.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan warned that once the country’s economy is destroyed, it will go into default, and the world will ask Pakistan to move towards nuclear disarmament- as Was done with Ukraine in the 1990s, it was reported. News International.
He also said that Pakistan is on the verge of “self-destruction” and will go “bankrupt”.
Asif Ali Zardari’s reaction on Imran Khan’s statement:
Responding to the former prime minister’s comments, former President Asif Ali Zardari slammed Khan and said that no Pakistani can talk of separating this country.
He said, “This language is not of any Pakistani but of Modi. Imran Khan’s strength is not everything in the world, be brave and learn to stand on your own feet and do politics now.”
Zardari directed the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) workers to oppose Imran Khan’s remarks across the country. Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) leader Talal Chowdhury, a PPP alliance partner, said that after losing power, Imran Khan has started talking of breaking up the country and losing nuclear assets.
“We want the Supreme Court to answer whether we have a fundamental right to protest peacefully or not. We will announce the date of our next long march as soon as the Supreme Court gives its verdict on the petition,” he said in a social media conference. According to the media portal in the provincial capital.
This comes in the context of federal as well as Punjab governments resorting to the use of force to protest the “corrupt and imported” Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s government against the participants of Imran Khan’s so-called Azadi March on 25 May.
(with ANI inputs)