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Faisal Vawda: conspiracy being hatched to kill Imran Khan

Khan has been quite vocal in speaking out against the west and Pakistan's powerful political dynasties, which had been shrouded in corruption allegations.

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PTI leader Faisal Vawda has claimed that a conspiracy was being hatched to assassinate the former prime minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan.

He made the revelation during an exclusive interview on GNN’s program, “Khabar Hai.” He said it’s an old formula prepared in a crappy laboratory that was operating internationally.
He added, “A conspiracy is being hatched to assassinate Imran Khan internationally, may Allah keep him safe and sound.”

Vawda further said the thieves, looters, and spectators whose corruption, conduct, and character have been exposed to the public are brought back to Pakistan after they’re sent away. He said a drama is going on in this country.

The leader said we came to serve the people, not to be enslaved by foreign powers.
Faisal Vawda also challenged the government, including in Punjab, to arrest Imran Khan. He claimed that we would not even have to wait for the 20th of May. In that case, the decision will be made in 2 to 4 days.

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“We are not afraid of crackdown, we are all here,” the PTI leader said. “The public has decided for us. We are not fugitives like Nawaz Sharif, neither did we go to Saudi Arabia by agreement.”

He said, “We will not discredit institutions like the Sharifs. Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz openly defamed the institutions, but that was legitimate.
Vawda said when we speak for our rights and the country’s survival, it is unconstitutional and a violation of Article 6.

Earlier, the current government registered a case against Imran Khan after Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his delegation were heckled by some pilgrims during a recent official visit to Saudi Arabia.

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Meanwhile, Khan has claimed that the incumbent, “imported” government is trying to push the PTI out of the political arena through the foreign funding case. In an interview, Khan also said the Sharifs had hired companies that were “preparing material” for his character assassination.

Khan has been quite vocal in speaking out against the west and Pakistan’s powerful political dynasties, which had been shrouded in corruption allegations. His rhetoric helps pull thousands at his rallies, during which he continues to push the narrative that the no-confidence vote which ousted him was a “foreign conspiracy” by the west, citing diplomatic correspondence with the US to prove it.