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PM Imran Khan PTI would not join a coalition government again in order to prevent ‘blackmailing’.

His party made numerous errors and paid a "huge price" for them, says Imran Khan.

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Sajjad Ahmed
Sajjad Ahmed
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PTI would have a comfortable majority in the National Assembly after the upcoming general elections, according to Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) would issue party seats solely to its ideological workers, Prime Minister Imran Khan declared at a public meeting in Lahore on Tuesday.

He also admitted that his party committed many mistakes in the past and paid “heavy price” for those. “However, we have learned lessons from our mistakes… by forming coalition government one has to be ‘blackmailed’ by allies,” he remarked.

According to Prime Minister Imran Khan, the Pakistani people will give a lesson in the general elections to those “traitors” who attempted to overthrow an elected government for pursuing a “independent foreign policy.”

To give these traitors (opposition leaders) a lesson, the people of the nation will do away with their politics in the upcoming general elections.”

For the previous 30 years, these “three stooges” have been stealing the nation’s riches and hiding it abroad, claimed Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama. Due of their entrenched interests, “they may declare that beggars are not choosers.”

According to him, there was a play going on throughout the nation. PTI defectors who had “sold” their party loyalty were gathered at a Lahore hotel, according to him, saying that “with such dirty methods, democracy and future of coming generations and unity of the country had been placed at peril” by their actions.

After being elected on PTI or reserved seats, individuals sold out their consciences for a few million rupees, Prime Minister Modi said. He promised a lifetime ban for the “traitors,” according to the Prime Minister.

These “traitors” to the people, to the country, and to generations to come should be punished because they will continue to deal over democracy for petty monetary advantages unless they are punished, said the president of the country.

As a result of this tendency, any foreign power might buy the support of MPs and overthrow an elected government, according to the prime minister. In the end, he decided that they would take the matter to court.

This was a watershed moment for the country’s future and democracy, and the whole nation would not allow the conspiracy to prevail. “All those are traitors who have played a role in the international plot,” he stated.

The prime minister further urged his party’s supporters to organize peaceful rallies against these “traitors” on a daily basis and told them that he will be addressing a protest gathering at F-9 Park in Islamabad on Friday night.

PML-Q leaders Chaudhry Pervez Elahi and Chaudhry Moonis Elahi also called on the premier during his visit to the Governor’s House in Lahore. They exchanged views on the state of the country’s politics and other topics of interest to both of them.

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