Islamabad. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party president Imran Khan has now accused former President Asif Ali Zardari of conspiring to assassinate him. Along with this, he said that now plan C has been prepared to remove him. According to a report in the Pakistani newspaper Dawn News, Imran Khan said that last year he had said that four people are conspiring to kill him, whose names exist in a recording, which he will release at the right time. He claims that Plan A of his assassination plot was never executed after the first plan was exposed, while the second attempt took place in Wazirabad.
Khan, in a televised address from his Zaman Park residence on Friday, alleged that Asif Zardari had paid money to a terrorist organization backed by agencies’ henchmen to launch another attack on him. He further said that he is now telling the country about the nefarious designs of those four people who were allegedly getting help from Zardari. He said, “If I am attacked, people should know about the attackers.”
Imran Khan also said that he appeals to the powerful institutions of the country that they have made a mistake, which can be rectified by holding free, fair, and credible elections at the earliest and allowing people to choose their leaders. which will save them from economic disaster. The PTI chairman also urged the judiciary to respond to this crucial moment and ensure that democracy and the fundamental rights of the people are protected. He also reminded the judiciary that ‘the present government had appointed anti-PTI caretaker governments, which were reluctant to hold elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa within the constitutional limit of 90 days’.
He said that ‘if the elections are not held within 90 days, the violators will face Article 6 (high treason).’ The former PM also urged the people of Pakistan to rise up at this time and prepare for Jihad to achieve ‘real freedom’ (haqiqi azaadi). He insisted that ‘he assures the country that he will fight for this country till his last breath or till the last ball in the terminology of cricket’.