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Imran Khan Calls for Immediate Free and Fair Elections Amid Growing Concerns Over Pakistan’s Economic Situation

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Imran Khan, the founder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has once again underlined the urgency of immediate free and fair elections. He even expressed his readiness to go on a hunger strike while awaiting certain pending decisions. In an informal conversation with journalists at the jail courtroom after a hearing in the £190 million reference case, Khan stressed the immediate need for transparent elections. He asserted that the current government has shattered the hopes of Pakistanis and that transparent elections are a necessity for the salvation of Pakistan. He emphasized the need for the establishment to step back and facilitate this process, highlighting the urgency of the situation.

Khan sounded the alarm over Pakistan’s escalating debt, which has risen from Rs2.8 trillion in 2021 to Rs8 to Rs9 trillion within just four years. He pointed out the disproportionate burden this places on the common citizen, with instances of electricity bills multiplying drastically, putting severe strain on the populace. This underscores the gravity of the economic situation and the urgent need for change. Khan also criticized the elite class for hoarding wealth overseas, further eroding trust in the current government.

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Expressing disillusionment over the integrity of the recent general elections, Khan voiced frustration regarding the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Qazi Faez Isa’s referral of the party to the election commission for justice, despite widespread acknowledgement of fraudulent conduct by the electoral body, such as voter intimidation and ballot tampering. Criticizing CJP Isa’s inquiry into the lack of intra-party elections, Khan pointed out the challenges faced by the party in ensuring democratic processes while operating underground.

Imran Khan also questioned the Supreme Court’s apparent dismissal of the party’s human rights grievances and February 8 petitions, expressing concern over the apparent lack of recourse for addressing these pressing concerns at the judicial level. As Khan continues to advocate for transparent and fair electoral processes, his vocal stance reflects a deepening sense of urgency amidst growing apprehensions over Pakistan’s economic and political trajectory.

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