It was a big conspiracy and not the interference from US, Imran Khan send a silent message in Karachi Jalsa

It was a big conspiracy and not the interference from US, Imran Khan send a silent message in Karachi Jalsa

PTI Chairman Imran Khan Saturday while addressing a much-anticipated rally of his party workers and supporters at Karachi's Bagh-i-Jinnah again reiterated it was a conspiracy against him that led to end of his rule in the federation.

"Karachi, I thank you from my heart," Khan said in his opening remarks in the port city. I've come to talk some very special things because the problem is that of your future and your kids' future."

Khan said that it was the biggest foreign conspiracy in the country.

Imran said that this conspiracy has been done with the help of foreign and internal elements. The former premier said that issue is not of PTI, but is of whole Pakistan.

He said that he is not against any country, that he is neither anti-Indian, anti-European nor anti-American. Imran said that he wants friendship with everyone, but is against slavery. He said that the masses’ independence is more important than his life.

He said that it is good to see the Pakistani flags everywhere. Imran Khan said that “People told me that the mafia is following you”.

Imran claimed that his ambassador had a meeting with Donald Lu, who threatened the ambassador, adding the United States said that if the vote of no-confidence motion will be thwarted, then Pakistan will have to face troubles.

"This conspiracy against our country ... I want you to carefully listen if this was a conspiracy or an interference," he said, indirectly referring to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major General Babar's recent remarks in a press conference where he said that the word "conspiracy" was not used in the statement issued after a meeting of the National Security Committee last month but had acknowledged that a demarche was issued for "interference".

"Raise your hands and tell me if it was an interference or a conspiracy," Khan asked his audience. "There was a conspiracy against this country at a very vast international scale," he reiterated.

"I want to tell the nation that I never am against any country. I'm not anti-India, anti-Europe or anti-US. I'm with the humanity of the world. I'm not against any nation. I want friendship with everyone but slavery with no one."

Khan claimed that he came to know three to four months back that the turncoats who left his party as well as some journalists had started having meetings in the US embassy. "A journalist told me that 'a lot of money is being spent on us'. Thus, the conspiracy had been in the works for a while and then our US ambassador meets Donald Lu."

He repeated his grievance against the judiciary, asking what crime had he committed that they felt the need to open courts last Saturday at midnight.

"I, till today, have never broken Pakistan's law. I created two of Pakistan's biggest charity institutions. I created Shaukat Khanum and two universities. I am the only politician to have been declared sadiq and ameen by Pakistan's Supreme Court. I knew that the match was fixed but what pained me is that the courts opened up at midnight. It will remain with me for the rest of my life."

Khan asked why the judiciary did not take suo motu notice and get the cable investigated when the then deputy speaker gave his ruling on a foreign conspiracy and why it remained silent "when an open market was set up and politicians were being sold".