Imran added, “In such situations, no superpower can intimidate India and they (Indians) are very proud of themselves. India is a sovereign country.”
New Delhi: Refusing to succumb under pressure of the united Opposition, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday urged people to organise peaceful protests by hitting the streets on Sunday. Khan, while addressing the nation hours before the no-trust motion moved by the Opposition parties against his government, said that people must protect the sovereignty of the country.
Khan said, “There is information that US diplomats have met opposition leaders and we came to know about their strategy. The opposition, hand in gloves with foreign forces, are making efforts to throw me out from the chair as they want a pliable man for the top job. In such situations, no superpower can intimidate India and they (Indians) are very proud of themselves. India is a sovereign country.”
Khan said that the people must protest against an “imported government” as foreign forces are actively involved in getting his government toppled. He said that not even ‘Banana Republics’ let such situations happen openly. He also blasted the Opposition leaders for indulging in horse trading. “Politicians are being bought and sold like sheep,” added Khan.
“It is an insulting situation for 22 crore Pakistanis as forces from outside are ordering us. Shocking part is that our country’s media is enjoying the fall of the government,” said Khan in his late night address to the country.
The Pakistani Prime Minister also showed his displeasure over the country’s Supreme Court’s decision which turned down the ruling party’s plea to reject a no-trust motion against him. The court, on Thursday, had declared the move “unconstitutional” and had ordered a no-confidence motion on Saturday.