Imran Khan was forced onto the country as prime minister during the 2018 elections by stealing Nawaz Sharif’s mandate, according to minister of information and broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb.
In response to remarks made by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan, she said, “Anything that is not yours must be returned to the original owner.”
She claimed that Imran Khan was fully aware that his administration would fall when he lost the majority in the National Assembly and that the fall of the PTI regime was caused by his deceit, corruption, and incompetence.
She insisted that after the constitutional term is over in October 2023, “100% of Pakistanis think that the only solution to the country’s problems is transparent elections.
She criticised Imran Khan, the PTI chairman, claiming he had taken anti-people actions, broken the law, and manipulated national interests, particularly in the Kashmir dispute.
She pointed out that today, December 23, was the day on which Imran Khan had stated that “Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assemblies would be dissolved.”
She claimed that the people were at war with those who fled responsibility after plundering the nation and Toshakhana. She said that Imran Khan’s greed and looting decimated job possibilities in the nation.