Pakistan on the way to another ‘Dhaka tragedy’: Imran Khan

Last Updated on April 12, 2024 3:20 am

Along with the economic crisis, the country’s political crisis is on the way to extreme deterioration in Pakistan. Imran Khan, the former Prime Minister of the country, has warned that Pakistan may be led to another “Dhaka tragedy” in this situation. At the same time, he also warned that the country cannot survive without a stable economy.

According to local media reports, PTI founding chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan warned on Tuesday that the current situation could lead to economic collapse due to the similarity or parallel connection between the current events in Pakistan and the situation that led to the 1971 Dhaka tragedy.

At the same time, he reminded the centers of power and power that countries and institutions cannot survive without a stable economy.

The report also said that Iran Khan is currently incarcerated in Adiala Jail. After PTI’s legal team met Imran in jail, the party’s central information secretary Raof Hasan said that Salman Akram Raza, Intazar Panjutha, Shoaib Shaheen and Naeem Panjutha have met the jailed former Prime Minister. .

Barrister Raja said, Imran Khan is worried for the country and people but remains determined. Quoting Imran Khan, he said, “When you don’t give people their rights, you can’t say the economy will move forward.” In 1970, army chief Yahya Khan sought a hung parliament, but when Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s party won a clear majority, the army rigged by-elections in which Yahya Khan wanted to become president. And through this, 80 seats of Awami League were taken away.

Quoting Imran Khan, Barrister Raja further said, “I would like to remind the Hamudur Rahman Commission report that we are going to repeat the same mistakes we made in the past. There was the London Plan in 1970 and today again the government is imposed (on the people) through the London Plan.”

He said that Imran Khan has repeatedly indicated that he is ready to talk to the military. He (Imran) claims that this will be the best step in the interest of the country.

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