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Imran Khan Address to Nation: Imran warns on the conspiracy to abolish EVM, appeals to youth to take to the streets. Imran Khan Address to Nation: EVM may be scrapped, youth need to come | Patrika News


After the decision of the Supreme Court, a no-confidence motion against Pakistan PM Imran Khan will be brought in the National Assembly of Pakistan today. Earlier, Imran Khan addressed the nation and appealed to the people to come on the streets. Imran praised India and targeted America.

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Updated: April 09, 2022 07:53:24 am

Imran Khan Address to Nation: Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, is now looking closely at his end game and is adopting every trick that will save his power. Pakistani PM Imran Khan addressed the nation a day after the Supreme Court decided against his government. On the one hand, Imran Khan talked about respecting the Supreme Court, while during this he also lashed out at the opposition and America. During his address, Imran was seen trying to appear emotional while referring to India. Describing India as a sincere country, he again praised its foreign policy. Also, on one hand Imran Khan talked about respecting the Supreme Court and appealed to the people to take to the streets on Sunday.

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Imran said, disappointed with the decision of the Supreme Court
During this, he said that I was disappointed with the decision of the Supreme Court, but I respect it. The Supreme Court should have seen that a foreign country conspired against the government and brought it down. The court would have seen that document at least once. Let’s see if we are telling the truth or not.

You all come out on this Sunday, there will be a conspiracy to eliminate EVM
Imran Khan definitely talked about respecting the decision of the Supreme Court, but at the same time expressed his intentions that he has not laid down arms at the moment. In his 30 Minutes address to the nation, Imran said that I had brought a neutral umpire to cricket. I wanted neutral elections in this country. That’s why EVMs have been brought. But these people (opposition) will now plot to abolish EVMs, Imran said. If they are concerned about Jamhooriyat, then announce elections, we will see who the people like. I have struggled a lot in my life. I have to fight once again. Outside forces are conspiring, this Sunday you all have to come out, protest. A living community stands up for its rights. You don’t have to accept this slavery.

young people on the street
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed his disappointment over the Supreme Court’s overturning of the controversial decision to dissolve the National Assembly. Imran Khan said that we will not accept any imported government in the country. In an address to the nation ahead of the vote on no-confidence motion on Saturday, 69-year-old Khan called on his supporters, especially the youth, to take to the streets with him on Sunday evening. Imran said in his address that I respect the Supreme Court and the judiciary, but the top court should have looked into a threatening letter before giving its verdict. According to the Supreme Court’s decision, he will now have to face a no-confidence motion in the National Assembly on Saturday.

Foreign interference in the no-confidence motion In an address to the nation ahead of the no-confidence motion, Imran Khan expressed grief that the apex court did not consider the angle of ‘foreign conspiracy’ in its Thursday verdict. He said that at least investigation should have been started on this angle. The Pakistani Prime Minister said that the Supreme Court has overruled the decision of the Vice President regarding the motion of no confidence against us. We are sorry about this. I respect the Supreme Court and the judiciary, but the apex court should have looked into the threat letter before giving its verdict. He said that there was foreign interference in the no-confidence motion brought against our government. I wanted the Supreme Court to at least see it. It was a very serious allegation that a foreign country wanted to topple the government as part of a conspiracy.

There was no discussion on the issue of foreign conspiracy
Imran Khan said that the Supreme Court could at least have asked for that letter. The document could see if we were telling the truth. I am a little disappointed, as this is a very big issue and there was no discussion on it in the Supreme Court. Referring to his arrest under the previous regime, Imran Khan said he firmly believes that the judiciary is the custodian of justice in the country. He also said that I am disappointed with the court’s stand on Article 63 (A) of the Constitution with regard to horse-trading.

America had warned of dire consequences
Imran Khan said that the youth of Pakistan is our future. If they see politicians selling their conscience, we have to think about the example we are setting for them. He claimed that even before the no-confidence motion was filed against him, the US official had warned the Pakistani ambassador that Pakistan would face “serious consequences” if Imran Khan managed to save himself. Imran said that America had strongly opposed my visit to Russia. The US had warned our ambassador of the consequences. Imran said that America had come to know that the opposition has a plan in advance. Also who will be the new PM.

The decision of the assembly to reject the no-confidence motion was invalidated by the Supreme Court
A five-member bench headed by Chief Justice Omar Ata Bandiyal on Thursday unanimously set aside the decision of the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly to dismiss the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan. The court termed the government’s move to quash the no-confidence motion and dissolve the National Assembly as unconstitutional. After this Imran Khan addressed the nation on this issue.

Imran has lost majority in the National Assembly
Imran Khan does not have a majority in the 342-member Pakistan Assembly. He reiterated his allegations that an American diplomat had threatened change of power in Pakistan. The top court had also ordered the restoration of the National Assembly. The court also ordered the Speaker of the Lower House to convene a session of the National Assembly on April 9 at 10 am (local time) for the vote on the no-confidence motion. After the no-confidence motion was passed, the election of the new Prime Minister was ordered. The opposition parties need 172 members in the 342-member house to remove Prime Minister Imran Khan from power.

Opposition has already shown majority
The opposition has already shown support for a higher number. Now Imran can be the first prime minister in the history of Pakistan, who will be thrown out of power through a no-confidence motion. Cricketer-turned-politician Imran came to power in 2018 with the promise of creating a ‘Naya Pakistan’. However, he failed miserably to address the fundamental problem of keeping commodity prices under check. The current term of the National Assembly was to end in August 2023. No prime minister in the history of Pakistan has completed his five-year term.

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