Imran Claims PTI Will Win Next Elections With Two-Third Majority.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan on Monday claimed that his party will get a two-thirds majority in the next elections.

Addressing the PTI National Council meeting, Imran Khan said that the state of the economy is such that Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa is asking for help from America on the phone.

The former prime minister said that an emergency should be imposed in the country at this time and no one should send money abroad.

The PTI chairman said that those who could have stopped the conspiracy are also responsible for what is happening in the country.

'We have to learn from our mistakes, we have reformed our constitution, today I welcome the members of our National Council, no party has gone through the process we have gone through,' the former prime minister said. '

He said that today the federal parties have shrunk as PPP has become the party of Sindh today. He said that party elections should be free and fair.

He said that the Chief Election Commissioner strongly opposed EVMs, both of these parties have a system to rig the elections. Imran Khan said, 'Our effort in the by-election was how to stop them from rigging, two weeks ago we held a meeting to stop them from rigging.'

The former prime minister said that PTI has become a big party as leaders like Murad Saeed have emerged in PTI through ISF. Imran said, 'We will hold elections in the party after the general elections. We will conduct inter-party elections using technology, this bipartisanship has ended in front of us

The PTI chairman said that by rolling out EVMs, 130 methods of rigging could have been eliminated but unfortunately the Chief Election Commissioner broke the EVMs.

Imran Khan said that one of the reasons for the country's problems is the lack of ideology, which means that the culture of power politics is prevalent.

Taking a swipe at senior leaders of both PML-N and PPP, Imran Khan said that both the parties have been criticizing each other since 1988.

Condemning both the parties, the former prime minister said that in the past both the parties have accused each other and they have no ideology.

Imran further said that he was not ousted due to corruption, but these rulers...

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