Imran Khan Raises Concerns about Rule of Law in Pakistan
- Imran Khan is the Chairman of PTI.
- He predicts an 80% chance of his arrest during upcoming bail appearances.
- He emphasizes the importance of free and fair elections for political and economic stability.
Imran Khan, Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), expressed his belief that there is an 80% chance of his arrest when he appears for bails in various cases in Islamabad.
In an interview with CNN, he criticized the lack of rule of law in the country, stating that it is heading towards a state where might is right.
Imran emphasized the need for free and fair elections to bring political stability and address the economic challenges faced by Pakistan.
According to Imran, he had previously worked with General Qamar Javed Bajwa but was unsure why Bajwa decided to abandon him and topple his government.
He stressed the importance of the democratic system and criticized the dismantling of political parties, imprisonment of PTI workers, and potential trials in military courts. Imran also highlighted the police presence around his house and alleged attempts to discredit him.