Imran Khan, Pakistan’s deposed prime minister, has urged Pakistanis living abroad to donate money to his party’s campaign against Shahbaz Sharif’s new “imported government.” Khan said a “corrupt government” was forced on Pakistanis through a “foreign plot” for regime change in a video message released on Twitter on Friday.
“This is an insult to the 22 crore Pakistani people,” Khan stated roughly a week after Sharif, the Leader of the Opposition and President of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, succeeded the 69-year-old (PML-N).
Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party has started the website namanzoor.com to seek contributions from foreign Pakistanis for his campaign, which he calls “Haqiqi Azadi” (true freedom).
Khan stated that Pakistan’s residents could choose between the PTI party and the “corrupt Sharif family,” who have been imprisoned for three years and face corruption allegations. The former Pakistani prime minister chastised the United States for collaborating with Shahbaz Sharif, whose administration was imposed on Pakistanis through a “foreign conspiracy.”
Khan claims that a corrupt administration has gained control of Pakistan with the support of the US and that he wants the country to hold new elections so that Pakistanis may decide their fate. Former Prime Minister Imran Khan claimed days before the vote of no confidence in his administration that the resolution was part of a “foreign conspiracy” hatched in the United States, citing an alleged “threat letter” received from the Pakistani embassy in the United States as evidence.
Khan, who came to office in 2018 with the military’s support, became Pakistan’s first prime minister to be defeated in a no-confidence vote in the National Assembly on Sunday. Khan claims that Donald Lu, Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, participated in an “international conspiracy” to destabilize his government.
Imran Khan, the ousted Prime Minister of Pakistan, is supported by many Pakistanis. People are swarming to Jalsa’s, packing the fields, and yelling high-pitched PTI chants and caustic phrases at the opposition. Pakistanis living abroad are also showing their solidarity by marching in various nations. Due to huge traffic rushing to donate in favor of Imran Khan, the website “namanzoor.com” is offline.