Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said on Friday that he is ready to talk with the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Asim Munir for the betterment of the country. . Aaj News reported.
Speaking to reporters at his Zaman Park base in Lahore, the PTI chief said he had no quarrel with the organization, and that it was General Qamar Bajwa (retd) who “stabbed me in the back”. “.
He said that he is ready to talk to the organization even now, because of the country’s welfare. “But if no one wants to talk, what can I do?”
Imran said that he spoke to General Bajwa (retd) for the good of the nation, even after what he had done to him and his party. “But if anyone thinks I’m going to bend the knee – it can’t happen.”
Imran Khan promised ‘no action’ against Bajwa
According to Imran, the establishment did not know the rapid changes in politics.
The PTI leader challenged the current government to prove a bribery case against him and his wife Bushra bibi.
He said he will continue his struggle against the PDM government and for free and fair elections.
Imran praised Parvez Elahi for standing firm with him despite the organization’s ability to change loyalties, saying “it is our time to prove our loyalty to him.”
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