Imran Khan’s party carried out ‘suicide attacks’ against Pak: ex-PM| Video | World News

Imran Khan was removed from office by a vote of no confidence in April. The cricketer-turned-politician claimed that there was a foreign conspiracy – devised in the United States – to overthrow his government with the help of the opposition parties and he has repeated this claim time and again.

Amid mounting problems for former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, the ruling Pakistani Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government in the country has held him responsible for violating the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). PML-N leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, also the country’s former prime minister, labeled Imran Khan’s erroneous decisions as “suicide attacks” on Pakistan.

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“Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has committed suicide bombings across the country. The decisions they have made over the past month, as well as the way they have violated the IMF deal and the brutality with which they have done so, were suicide bombings against the country,” the PML-N tweeted late Monday with a video by Abbasi Abbasi. added that Imran Khan had broken promises to Pakistan when he plunged the country into crisis over his corrupt practices.

He accused the former PTI government of destroying the country’s energy sector. Abbasi also blamed Imran Khan’s government for its incompetence and neglect in the energy sector.

Imran Khan was removed from office by a vote of no confidence in April. The cricketer-turned-politician claimed that there was a foreign conspiracy – devised in the United States – to overthrow his government with the help of the opposition parties and he has repeated this claim time and again. Last week Khan warned that Pakistan would do that descend into a civil war if no new elections are announced.

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Meanwhile, a PTI lawmaker Attaullah threatened the Pakistani government to carry out a suicide bombing if even a “single lock of hair” off Imran Khan’s head was harmed. “If a hair is damaged on Imran Khan’s head, those who rule the country will be warned: neither you nor your children will stay. I will be the first to commit suicide attack on you, I will not let you go. in the same way, thousands of workers are ready,” Attaullah said in a video uploaded on Twitter Monday.

His warning came because there were rumors that a plot was being orchestrated to assassinate Imran Khan.

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