Govt trying to push PTI out of political arena through foreign funding case: Imran Khan

KARACHI: PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday evening claimed that the incumbent, “imported” government is trying to push the PTI out of the political arena through the foreign funding case, therefore, for the sake of fairness, the court cases against PPP, PTI, and PML-N must be heard together.

Addressing a jalsa at Karachi’s Bagh-e-Jinnah, the former prime minister thanked the people of the metropolis for coming out of their houses to show support to him and said that the purpose of his visit to Karachi was not in the interests of the PTI but it was for the sake of Pakistan and the future of its children.

Talking about the foreign funding case against the PTI, Imran Khan said that the case has been filed to kick him “out of the game” (political arena).

“I say foreign funding and his (Shehbaz Sharif’s) corruption case should be heard together,” said Imran Khan as he alleged that “false cases” would be made against him and his former cabinet by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

“If you push us against the wall, then you will be harmed, not the country. We have to remain peaceful,” Imran Khan told his followers.

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