Pakistan PM Imran Khan says would be more dangerous if forced to step down
New Delhi : Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday issued a warning to the Opposition parties that he would turn more dangerous if he is forced to step down before his term ends officially.
Responding to a question about the planned long march by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) on March 23 during live calls by the public, Khan said that the move would fail.
"If I take to the streets, then you (opposition parties) won't find any place to hide," Imran Khan said, adding that he would be more dangerous if forced to step down.
PDM President and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl head Maulana Fazlur Rahman has announced that they will be carrying out a protest march towards Islamabad on March 23 to rid the nation of the "incapable and illegitimate" government of Imran Khan.
PM Imran Khan has said that he is not going to meet the Shehbaz.
"I get called out for not meeting Shehbaz as he is the Leader of the Opposition. (But) I see him as the nation's criminal," he said.
He accused the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief of evading cases of corruption by not responding to allegation charges.
He also targeted Nawaz Sharif and said, "Please come back, we are waiting for you" but added: "He will not come back. He loves money."
Nawaz Sharif has been living in the UK in self-exile since November 2019. He had gone to London after the Lahore High Court granted him bail for four-weeks to get his treatment abroad. He was serving a seven-year term at Lahore's Kot Lakhpat jail in a corruption case.