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Pakistan to fragment into three pieces if establishment does not make right decisions: Imran

PTI chief Imran Khan on June 1 said the current political situation was a problem for the country as well as the establishment.

“We will see if they allow us to go towards elections through legal and constitutional means otherwise this country will go towards [a] civil war,” he said in an interview with anchorperson Sami Ibrahim for Bol News programme Tajzia.

“If the establishment doesn’t make the right decisions then I can assure in writing that [before everyone else] they and the army will be destroyed because what will become of the country if it goes bankrupt,” he said.

“Pakistan is going towards a default. If that happens then which institution will be [worst] hit? The army. After it is hit, what concession will be taken from us? Denuclearisation.”

Imran said that if Pakistan were to lose its nuclear deterrent capability, it would be fragmented into three pieces. “If the right decisions aren’t made at this time then the country is going towards suicide,” he warned.

Prodded further to share his thoughts on the night of the no-confidence vote, Imran declined to go in details and said: “History never forgives anyone. Things come out. If you ask me, I won’t go into details, but when history will be written then it’ll be counted as such a night in which Pakistan and its institutions were damaged a lot.

“Those same institutions weakened Pakistan which give it its foundation and strengthened it.”

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif censured his predecessor Imran Khan on Thursday, accusing him of “making naked threats against the country”, deeming him “unfit for public office” and warning him against “talking about [the] division of Pakistan”.




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