Imran Khan, a former Prime Minister and the current Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has denied rumors that he contacted Asif Ali Zardari, co-Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), for an “alleged patch-up” before to the vote of no confidence.
In a conversation with members of the digital media in Peshawar, the former prime minister refuted claims that he had been in contact with Asif Zardari during the no-confidence motion that ultimately led to the downfall of his government in April.
Reiterating that he had not struck an agreement with anyone to call off the Long March, the former prime minister stated, “I have been stating for 26 years that Asif Zardari and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) are the same.” He added that he had been saying this for as long as he could remember.
They had resigned from the parliament, and there was no need for them to verify the resignations, the PTI Chairman said, so there is no prospect that they will return there. He also ruled out the possibility of serving in the National Assembly again. He continued by saying, “Returning to assembly indicates, that we have accepted the imported administration.”
When asked about the issue of Israel, Imran Khan stated that when he was in office there was a lot of pressure to recognize Israel as a sovereign state. Imran Khan was speaking about this issue. Khan stated that they had got a message suggesting that they should consider the country.
Imran Khan has stated that a body that is controlled by the United States wants Pakistan to recognize Israel, nevertheless, he has refused to disclose the identity of the person who provided the message.
The previous prime minister continued his attacks on the current administration by claiming that the current administration has begun commercial relations with India. He continued by saying, “Friendship with India means trading the blood of Kashmiris.”
Imran Khan stated on May 29 that the current administration, which is run by the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N), is likely to recognize Israel following a visit by a delegation.
During his speech at the PTI Workers’ Convention in Charsadda, Imran Khan criticized the nation’s leaders and stated that a delegation had been to Israel for the first time, with a member of Pakistan Television’s (PTV) staff accompanying them.