- Imran Khan reiterates he will live, die in Pakistan
- Says bogus cipher case framed against him to protect Bajwa, Lu
- Appeals to judiciary to immediately release of our workers
ISLAMABAD: The former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has reiterated his resolve that he would not back down even an inch from the quest of Haqeeqi Azadi, urging the nation do not give up, as this time of trial will end because whenever the election will be held the only destiny of this unelected predatory group and their facilitators is defeat.
In his message to the nation from the Adiala Jail, the PTI Chairman said: “Regardless of what prison they keep me in, whatever conditions they impose upon me, I will not back down even an inch from the quest of Haqeeqi Azadi, for the upholding of the rule of law and the Constitution of Pakistan, at the core of which is free and fair elections.”
Imran Khan said: “Those suggesting that I leave the country, know that I will live and die in Pakistan, and I will not leave my land to go anywhere.”
جیل سے عمران خان کا اپنے خاندانی ذرائع سے عوام کیلئے پیغام:
جب پانچ اگست کو مجھے اٹک جیل میں قید کیا گیا تھا تو پہلے چند روز میرے لئے خاصے مشکل تھے۔ سونے کیلئے میرے پاس بستر نہیں تھا اور مجھے فرش پہ لیٹنا پڑتا تھا جہاں دن کے وقت کیڑے مکوڑے اور رات کو مچھر ہوتے تھے۔ لیکن اب میں…
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) October 12, 2023
Talking about the bogus Cipher case, he stated that the bogus case was designed to protect former Army Chief General Bajwa and Donald Lu.
“I was the elected Prime Minister of the country. Treason was committed against me and my government by General Bajwa, instead of investigating the foreign conspiracy in orchestrating a regime change, a case has been filed against me for informing the people of Pakistan, the real protectors of this country, about this treason,” he added.
“When I was illegally incarcerated in Attock Jail, the first few days were particularly challenging. I wasn’t provided a bed and had to sleep on the floor and had insects and mosquitoes all over me. But with time I have adjusted well to the prison conditions.”
However, he said that let it be known that there’s world of difference between the Imran Khan of today that and the one who was imprisoned on August 5, as to day I am stronger and fitter; spiritually, mentally and physically than ever before.
The PTI Chairman went on to say that during his time in incarceration, he has had the opportunity to study and research the Holy Quran in depth, along with other books which has strengthened his faith, besides he was able to introspect the last few years of his political life.
However, the PTI Chairman revealed that if there’s one thing that bothered and pained him was the suffering of his workers who had been illegally imprisoned, especially the women workers who had been in captivity for months, by a few people who abused their power to satisfy their egos.
“I appeal to the judiciary to provide justice and order the immediate release of our workers,” Khan demanded.
Imran Khan urged his nation: “Do not give up. This time of trial will end because Allah says that “with every difficulty there is ease”. Keep raising your voice against this unelected predatory group and their facilitators at every forum and keep demanding a fair and transparent election in the country.”
“I am predicting that on whatever day the election is held, people of Pakistan will come out in huge numbers to vote for PTI and defeat all these parties combined. No matter how much these people cheat, their only destiny is defeat. Pakistan Zindabad,” he concluded.