Imran Khan announces to partake in APC

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March 28, 2023

Rana Sanaullah played key role in Wazirabad assassination plot, claims PTI chairman

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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan speaks during an interview with AFP at his residence in Lahore on March 15, 2023. — AFP

In yet another U-turn from his traditional stance that he would never sit with the “crooks and looters” — the terms he often uses for the incumbent rulers — Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said Tuesday that he was ready to partake in all kinds of all parties conference (APC) for “upholding the Constitution”.

Khan made the remarks during a meeting with Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) President Kazim Khan, who called on him at his Zaman Park residence in Lahore today.

During the meeting, the PTI chairman, then in the same breath added: “PDM [Pakistan Democratic Movement] is not a political alliance but a group of thieves.”

Dubbing Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah a “coward man”, Khan, who was ousted from the government following a no-confidence vote in April last year, claimed that the security czar had played a key role in his attempted murder conspiracy.

On November 3, the PTI chief was attacked during his party's “Azadi March” rally in Wazirabad, which he kickstarted to call for immediate elections and protest against the PDM-led government in the centre.

“I have already disclosed the names of two other characters involved in the assassination plot,” he added.

Referring to his recent statement in which he had said that “either Imran exists [politically], or we do”, the PTI chief vowed that he would take legal action against the “death threat” and “intention”.

He declared Sanaullah a member of the “terror mafia”.

Talking about the upcoming elections, Khan urged his party works to carry on their election campaign in line with the April 30 schedule — which has been moved forward to October 8.

It would be a violation of the law if the elections are not held on the date announced by the president, he added. The PTI chairman termed “elections” the death of the mafia.

The deposed prime minister said the incumbent rulers were hurling allegations against the top judiciary to pressurise it. He recalled that they had "attacked the Supreme Court" in the past.

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