Islamabad: Pakistan Interior Minister Rana Sanalla He said that former Prime Minister Imran Khan admitted that he had no evidence of the allegations of an assassination plot against him. Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharifand senior government officials and the army chief.
Addressing a press conference here, Sanaullah said Khan, who is also the Chief Minister Tehreek-e-Insaf Pakistan The Express Tribune reported on Tuesday that the PTI party has made groundless allegations against Prime Minister Sharif himself and senior Pakistani army officers for plotting an assassination plot.
He criticized Sanaullah Khan for making baseless accusations against the prime minister, interior minister and army chief that they wanted to kill him. He said Khan was asked to provide evidence, but failed to provide any.
Khan, 70, has alleged in recent months that an assassination plot had been concocted against him by a few members of the ruling government.
Khan survived an assassination attempt in November last year, when his party’s march, “Aqiqi Azadi,” reached Wazirabad in Punjab province. Khan, who was hit by several bullets in the leg, underwent surgery and pellets removed from his thigh and leg.
In an interview in April, Khan openly said that Prime Minister Sharif, Home Minister Sanaullah and two members of the foundation would be responsible if anything happened to him.
Khan, who is facing a plethora of legal cases, has also sought exemption from standing trial because there is a possibility that the plotters could use the opportunity to kill him.
On Monday, Khan joined an investigative hearing held by the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on his allegations against senior military officials and showed all the videos in which he made allegations against senior officials of the government and the military.
In a written statement to the Joint Intelligence Team, Khan admitted that he was not directly threatened by Major General Faisal Naseer of the Public Security Directorate of the ISI nor did he have any evidence to support his allegations against him, according to the report.
Sanaullah said, “JIT showed a video clip to the PTI chief, and he admitted that it was his own voice. During the investigation, he proved himself false and admitted that all his statements were unfounded.”
“When the investigation team showed the head of PTI the FIR against him, he was unable to provide any evidence to support the allegations he made in the videos,” he said.
The JIT inquired why he mentioned the name DG ISI in his videos. They also wondered if he had met a senior military official, whom he referred to as “Dirty Harry”.
Meanwhile, PTI condemned what it called the “leakage” of JIT procedures to the media after Khan attended its proceedings on 12 June in Islamabad. The party called for an investigation to identify and hold accountable those involved in the attack on Imran Khan.
“We call on the media to refrain from transmitting, publishing and broadcasting the content that was released through suspicious and unconfirmed sources that lack honesty and legal value and aim primarily at polluting public opinion, misleading the nation and influencing the case negatively at the stage of investigation,” said PTI’s statement.
Khan, a cricketer-turned-politician, was ousted from power in April last year after losing a vote of no confidence in his leadership, which he alleged was part of a US-led plot targeting him over his independent foreign policy decisions on Russia. China and Afghanistan.


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