Imran Khan to address public virtually next week

 Imran Khan to address public virtually next week

Imran Khan to address public virtually next week

ISLAMABAD Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan announced plans to give a virtual speech to his party’s members the following week.

Khan reportedly stated, “Next week, one of my speeches will land in social media,” to reporters informally as they were speaking inside the courtroom. The age of artificial intelligence is now.

“The piece that appeared in the British magazine [The Economist] is mine. I did not submit the written article. When asked about the article attributed to him that appeared in British publication. He said that he had dictated it verbally.

“They are investigating him in relation to the violence on May 9, which is a plot against us.”

He questioned who had taken the CCTV footage of his arrest from the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Adding that if they searched the individuals who had taken the footage, everything would become clear.

Elections, he said, ought to be held at all costs. “It has made difficult for us to contest the elections. But despite that elections should held on time,”. He said, emphasizing that elections are necessary for the nation’s political and economic stability.

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