Islamabad: Minister for Interior Rana Sana Ullah on Thursday said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan was â€œplanning to attack the countryâ€™s parliamentary system of democracy under his foreign agenda to ensure his return to powerâ€.
â€œImran Khan attacked the federal capital with armed groups in a bid to blackmail the government, but he miserably failed to implement his nefarious political agenda and now he is bent on attacking the parliamentary system of democracy in Pakistan,â€ he said in a news statement.
The minister said Imran Khan wanted to achieve his â€œulterior motivesâ€ and implement his â€œforeign agendaâ€ by â€œattackingâ€ the democracy which had no legal and constitutional justification. â€œIf we let the attack on the democracy succeed once, it will be repeated again and again,â€ he added.
He said the parliamentary democracy, national and provincial assemblies and the Constitution of 1973 were part of the system on which Pakistanâ€™s stability relied.
Rana Sana Ullah feared that the PTI may make an â€œanti-democratic attemptâ€ to return to power and achieve its political agenda. Imran Khan could opt for any â€œunconstitutional and undemocratic act to ensure his return to powerâ€, he added.
He warned the PTI chief against his alleged ulterior motives which were aimed at â€œruining the economyâ€.
â€œWe will democratically foil every plot of Imran Khan, which aims to destabilize Pakistan politically and economically,â€ he said.
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