What will I do if asked to Resign, reveals PM Imran Khan
Referring to the claim reportedly made by Nawaz that ex-ISI chief Zaheerul Islam had called him to ask him to resign, PM Imran Khan in his interview with private TV News Channel said: "You were the prime minister, [how] does he have the courage to say that to you?
"If someone tells that to me, I will demand his resignation. I am the democratically elected prime minister; who can dare to tell me to step down?"
Prime Minister Imran said in a democratic system, a person's moral authority is what counts.
"[Nawaz] has no moral authority. When he had a two-thirds majority, he tried to become *Ameerul Momineen* ... Why don't I want to become the same?"
He said in security matters the army has the biggest say in any country in the world.
"India has become a security issue," he added. "We know India sponsors terrorism in Pakistan but since we were aiming to bring peace because we wanted to lift our economy, the army stood by me."