Those who made mistake of toppling government had only one way of correction through general elections: Imran Khan
Former PM Imran Khan, who is also chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), said that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif was facing a Rs40 billion corruption case. He said that Sharif's son Hamza Shahbaz, son-in-law Ali Imran and relative Ishaq Dar fled the country after plundering Pakistan's resources.
He asked the judiciary who's duty it was to arrest these corrupt people. He said that those who should have been in jail have become prime minister, chief minister and ministers. He said these rulers were involved in money-laundering.
Khan said that Pakistan's justice system could not hold the powerful accountable. Referring to the foreign funding case against the PTI, Khan said his party received funds from Pakistanis in the country and abroad and there was nothing wrong about this funding.
Khan said that Pakistan could not make progress as long as these three stooges, Sharif, Zardari and Fazl, are in power in Pakistan. He said that Pakistani rulers handed over Pakistani citizens to the United States. He asked people to wait for his call to Islamabad. He said he did not want violence in Pakistan with the army or the police. He said that Pakistan would have split into three parts without a strong army. He said that Pakistan would have become a country like Syria and Libya if the army wouldn't have rendered sacrifices.
Towards the end of his speech, Khan said he wanted general elections in the country without any delay. He said those who made a mistake by toppling his government had only one way of correcting that mistake; they should announce fresh elections immediately.