Pakistan’s former prime minister and chairman of Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan once again spoke about the election. On Sunday (January 8), he said, no one’s support is needed, we want neutral and transparent elections in the country. News from Jio News.
The ousted prime minister made this claim while addressing the party’s women’s conference held in Karachi virtually.
Imran Khan, who was ousted from power in April last year, also spoke about the country’s economic situation. He called for conducting transparent elections as the main solution to the crisis.
Condemning the incompetence of the ruling alliance at the centre, Imran Khan said reforms are needed after transparent elections. He also said that these incompetent leaders of PDM (Pakistan Democratic Movement) cannot introduce reforms.
Recently, Imran Khan was shot while taking a long march demanding early elections. On Thursday (November 3), his convoy was shot at while leading a long march in the eastern part of the country. Imran was shot in the leg. Although now he is healthy.
Meanwhile, the country’s Election Commission (ECP) has declared Imran Khan ineligible for election ‘for the time being’. He is also fighting against it.