Imran Khan: They are doing everything they can to remove me from politics
by RAHAT DAR
Lahore, March 18 (EFE/EPA).- Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan faces nearly 100 cases against him which, according to the former ruler, aim to remove him from politics and prevent him from proving that the military was behind the motion of censure that stripped him of government last April. The opposition leader, who is in Islamabad this Saturday after his hearing in a case related to gifts received during his government was postponed at the last moment due to clashes between police and his supporters, is involved in 96 other accusations, including blasphemy, terrorism, sedition, and corruption. The former ruler, who is considered the most charismatic political leader in the country, believes that the winner of the elections, coming from the citizen vote, should be able to exercise their will independently, although power must be on par with the military. (Camera: RAHAT DAR). FOOTAGE OF THE INTERVIEW OF FORMER PAKISTANI PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN TO EFE FROM HIS RESIDENCE IN THE EASTERN CITY OF LAHORE, IN PAKISTAN. SOUND BITES: IMRAN KHAN, FORMER PAKISTANI PRIME MINISTER (IN ENGLISH).
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