Governors are fearful, Imran Khan

Imran Khan, Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister, has said that the current rulers are fearful of elections.

According to ARY News, on the occasion of a meeting between Imran Khan and the leader of Canada’s opposition party, Patrick Brown, both leaders discussed Pakistan’s political situation and economic policies.

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During the conversation with the Canadian opposition leader, PTI Chairman Imran Khan said that the solution to Pakistan’s problems is in the upcoming elections, but the rulers are fearful of elections.

He also said that the rulers are adopting unconstitutional means to stop the path of the alliance in the elections.

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Imran Khan also said that he wants to make Pakistan a state where the law is equal for all.

In addition, PTI Chairman Imran Khan said in his tweet on the social relations website Twitter that the DI Khan rally with 75 reception points with Ali Amin Gandapur was very large, and participating people walked with his car for 20 kilometers.

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The PTI Chairman further said that theories cannot be vindicated through jail and underhanded violence. The fascist government is strengthening the movement for the rule of law and real freedom with its own hands.

Abdul Rehman

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