Imran Khan Supports Army’s Resolve for Action Against May 9 Violence

Action Against May 9 Violence
Action Against May 9 Violence
Action Against May 9 Violence
Action Against May 9 Violence

Imran Khan Supports Army’s Resolve for Action Against May 9 Violence

Imran Khan Supports Army’s Resolve for Action Against May 9 Violence

Imran Khan Supports Army’s Resolve for Action Against May 9 Violence

Incarcerated former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed his full support for the Army’s commitment to take strict action against those responsible for the May 9 violence. The Army’s resolve was affirmed during the 263rd Corps Commanders’ Conference chaired by Chief of Army Staff General Asim Munir. Imran Khan, while speaking from Adiala Jail, called for identifying culprits through CCTV footage and criticized the lack of interest in an independent probe into the May 9 violence.

Demand for Identifying Culprits and International Comparison

Imran Khan demanded a thorough investigation into the violence, emphasizing the identification of culprits through security footage, drawing parallels with the United States where protesters were held accountable using such evidence. He underscored the need for an impartial investigation and expressed regret that there seemed to be little interest in pursuing one.

Rejecting Recent Election Results and Allegations of Rigging

The founder of Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) stated that he would not accept the results of the recent elections, characterizing it as accepting slavery. Imran Khan claimed that the February 8 general election was the most rigged in history, affecting the economy and causing irreparable losses to the public. He criticized the Election Commission for Pakistan (ECP) for allegedly depriving PTI of reserved seats and questioned the allocation of reserved seats to ineligible parties.

Audit Demand and Criticism of Political Opponents

Imran Khan demanded an audit of four constituencies, including those of Nawaz Sharif and Aun Chaudhry in Lahore, and Noor Alam in Peshawar. He criticized the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC), on which he claimed the Sharifs were relying solely for their future politics. Imran Khan also made allegations regarding a reward offer from former army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa for cooperating, which he claimed to have rejected.

Challenges to Political Stability and Call for Public Gathering

Imran Khan emphasized the importance of political stability for the country’s survival and announced PTI’s plan to hold a massive public gathering in Peshawar against alleged rigging. He linked the 1971 tragedy to the stolen mandate of East Pakistan and stressed the detrimental impact of political instability on the economy.

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