Sindh, Pakistan: Ahead of the third day of Former Prime Minister Imraan Khan’s long walk, the minister of Information, Transport and Mass Transit and member of the provincial assembly of Sindh, Sharjeel Inaam Memon, has given out a statement to the media.
In the statement, he has expressed his opinion regarding the former Prime Minister, Imran Khan, while alluding to his long march. In his remarks, the Minister of Information questioned the motives of the political leader behind hosting the PTI Long march.
According to the reports, The Minister of Information accused that the former PM Of Pakistan, Imran Khan’s imagination is limited to his own personal interests. Further, Minister Memon has alleged that Khan wants to spread anarchy in the country.
According to the official communication issued by the Minister of Information, which was received by the media sources, on Saturday, October 29, 2022, Memon has further stated that through the long march, Imran Khan aimed to (either) have an adventure, or cause bloodshed in the nation.
According to the provincial minister, Former Prime Minister of Pakistan and the chairman of the political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan wanted to achieve his ulterior motives no matter what happened.
In the words of Memon, “Imran Khan considers it legitimate and his right to steal watches, money-laundering, buy Tosha Khana gifts on discounted price and later sell them expensively in the market and taking bribe on transfer/postings in Punjab.”
According to Memon, Imran Khan had protected himself from accountability in mega scandals through court stay orders. He believes that the former Prime Minister of Pakistan and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan, is trying to become the king of Pakistan so that all the state institutions act on his desires.
Further, he has also claimed that Imran Khan is the biggest liar in Pakistan. In his statement, he also talked about the Indian Media’s treatment of Khan. He claimed that the Indian Media is portraying him as the hero of Pakistan because of his hateful campaign against the state institutions.