Pakistan to split if right decisions not taken: Imran Khan
June 2, 2022 01:56 AM
PTI Chairman Imran Khan has said that the country will split into three parts if the establishment does not take the right decisions.
If the right decisions are not made, the army will be destroyed first, and the country will be divided into three parts, the former premier said during an interview with a private television channel.
He said: "The actual problem here is of Pakistan and establishment. If the establishment does not take the right decision, then I will give it to you in writing that they will be destroyed, and the armed forces will be the first ones to be destroyed.
The world will ask Pakistan to move towards de-nuclearisation like Ukraine.
"Indian think tanks abroad are mulling to separate Balochistan, they have plans, this is why I am putting pressure," the ousted premier said, without mentioning who he is pressurizing.
The ex-premier claimed that the coalition government would please the United States “in all ways"
"Their (government) plan is not to strengthen Pakistan when I was ousted, there were celebrations in India like Shehbaz Sharif was an Indian [who came into power]," he said.
The ex-premier claimed that India did not like him in power as he wanted an independent foreign policy.
"So when you want an independent foreign policy, you have to say no sometimes."
He called upon Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial to dig into the ‘threatening cipher’ and said he would march again towards Islamabad.
Earlier in the day, PTI filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking permission for a second long march to Islamabad.
The party chairman abruptly announced the end of his march last month and had given the government a six-day ultimatum to announce a fresh general election.
The petition argued that the court should order that PTI be allowed to hold peaceful protests and gatherings in Islamabad and that no obstacles should be put in the way of PTI protests in any city.