Imran Khan Declares No Compromise, Ready to Face Legal Battle

imran khan declares no compromise, ready to face legal battle

imran khan declares no compromise, ready to face legal battle

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supremo declared on Monday that he is prepared to ‘die but will not strike any deal or compromise,’ as reported by News. During an informal conversation with journalists in Adiala Jail amid an open hearing of the cipher case, the former prime minister dismissed speculations about any deal or compromise.

Addressing allegations made by Khawar Maneka against Bushra Bibi, the PTI supremo mentioned he was accustomed to slander the former first lady. Imran Khan emphasized that he saw Bushra Bibi on the day of their marriage, affirming his statement under oath.

Speaking to the media, the former prime minister predicted his party’s success in the February 8 polls. He Claimed that his arrest was Part of the London Plan designed to bring Nawaz Sharif back to the Country and imprison him. He asserted that the May 9 riots were also part of the London Plan, leading to his ‘illegal’ arrest and a subsequent crackdown on PTI, resulting in over 10,000 workers being detained.

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Regarding the cipher ‘conspiracy,‘ the former prime minister announced his intention to include former army chief General (retd) Qamar Javed Bajwa and US embassy officials as witnesses in his defense. Reflecting on his tenure, he stated that the country’s growth had declined from 6.17%.

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Earlier in the day, a special court formed under the Official Secrets Act decided to indict the PTI supremo and former foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in a cipher case on December 12.

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