Islamabad [Pakistan]May 4 (ANI): Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan said on Tuesday that the general election in the country should be held under the supervision of a neutral chief election commissioner (CEC), local media reported.
Claiming that the “elected” government was imposed by the masses through planning and planning, he said the election should be held as soon as possible, otherwise democracy will suffer a huge blow, according to Geo News.
Khan, however, added that polls should be conducted under the supervision of the relevant Chief Election Commissioner (CEC). Notably, this happened after he called CEC Sikandar Sultan Raja PML-N agent last week.
Rejecting accusations of incompetence in his government, he said: “We have heard these statements for three and a half years. My only demand is to hold elections under the chairmanship of a neutral CEC. Let the people decide [the country’s fate]“Further, reiterating that the Pakistani government of Tehrik-i-I-Insaf (PTI) was overthrown as a result of the conspiracy, he said a commission chaired by Pakistan’s chief justice should be set up to investigate the matter.
“The incumbent prime minister has been removed from office by conspiracy, so all government agencies must look into the matter, as it has proved to be a great failure for the country,” he was quoted as saying by the media.
Speaking about U.S. involvement in securing his ouster through a no-confidence vote, he said he was not opposed to America or any other country.
“The United States often encourages regime change in its own interests, not in favor of the participating countries,” he said, adding that he knew all the characters involved in the conspiracy.
“I have evidence against people who frequently visited the US Embassy in Pakistan. Hussein Hakani had a meeting with Nawaz Sharif in London, where they planned the plot, ”he added.
It should be noted that PTI has organized several nationwide protests against the United States for allegedly “foreign conspiracy” to oust Imran Khan, who was ousted after an opposition-initiated no-confidence vote in the National Assembly. (ANI)