Canada Global (Web News) Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), stated on Monday that while he wished both he and Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah would survived, he would like to state that Mr. Sana would not.
In response to Mr. Sana’s assertion that Mr. Khan or his political opponents would survive and that Mr. Khan had pushed the nation to a point of no return, he made the aforementioned comment.
Addressing to reporters in front of the Islamabad High Court (IHC), he declared that if Mr. Sana had predicted that he, Mr. Khan, would not live, he would like to assert that Mr. Sana would not continue. He continued, “Their [the PML- N’s] government will be gone if they lose the backing.”
Doors for political bargaining, he continued, are always open, and whoever kept the umpires on their side did not understand what a level playing field meant. We can only bargain on a single issue—holding elections—he continued.
He said that everyone knew the answer to the journalist’s inquiry concerning the country’s rule, adding that there was no rule of law in place. He said, “Azhar Mashwani was detained, and [his nephew] Hassan Niazi was detained after being released on bond”.
Asserting that the interior minister had threatened him in a TV interview, Mr. Khan had already filed a complaint with the IHC on Mr. Sana’s comments. The federal government, the Islamabad IG, and SSP Operations were mentioned by Mr. Khan as respondents.