Imran Accuses Past Rulers Of Undermining Rule Of Law

Imran Accuses

Imran accuses, Pakistan was founded on the Islamic welfare state model, but successive rulers pursued their personal interests and did not allow the rule of law, which is the guarantee of democracy and prosperity in the country, Pakistan Tehreek – i- That said the chairman of the Insaf (PTI), Imran accuses, on Monday.

 Currently, Khan said, Pakistan’s constitution mandates new elections to be held within 90 days of the dissolution of the assembly, but all state institutions have used lame excuses like lack of funds to delay elections — which would be a flagrant violation of the constitution.

In a televised address from his Zaman Park residence on Monday, the former prime minister told intellectuals, religious scholars, and students, that he had visited Russia and persuaded President Vladimir Putin to ship grain and fuel to Pakistan at lower prices once they were shipped. in India. At home,  the former army chief asked him to condemn Russia for invading Ukraine. 

He claims that after he persuaded Putin to sell cheap fuel, grain, to Pakistan, General Bajwa asked him to condemn Russia for meddling in the war between two countries,” Imran accuses, adding to his surprise that the former army chief himself denounced Russia during a security seminar “to appease the United States.” 

“With the support of Russia, India lowered its inflation rate from 7.5% to 5.5%, but Pakistan’s inflation rate rose from 12% to 30%.

The PTI chairman Imran accuses the former rulers violated Pakistan’s sovereignty by focusing only on plundering the national wealth and then urging NGOs to protect their loot. 

Claims Gen Bajwa asked him to condemn Russia after he had convinced Putin to sell Pakistan cheap fuel, wheat

“In Pakistan, no system has been allowed to prevail that could subdue the powerful  law and protect the fundamental rights of the weak,” he said.  Citing Singapore as an example, Khan said the country had boosted its per capita income to $60,000 after punishing corrupt ministers and treasure thieves. 

“In Pakistan, per capita income dropped to $2,000 just because  [the system] protected looters and criminals because they were powerful,” he said. 

The former Prime Minister Imran accuses his government introduced health cards to provide quality health services in public and private hospitals up to Rs North has become regions.

“It is a serious problem that the current PDM government has revoked this [health card],” he said. 

Imran accuses called on the nation to join his Haqeeqi Azadi (True Freedom) movement to break the shackles and submit to the powerful laws of the country. 

“Pakistan will not have a bright future if the powerful continue to get away with looting the country,” the former prime minister assured.

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