Pakistan Crisis: Violence spread in the country under organized conspiracy, Imran Khan made a big allegation
Pakistan Crisis Imran Khan has claimed that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif perpetrated the violence to justify the current action. There were widespread protests in Pakistan following the arrest of Imran Khan in the Al-Qadir Trust case.
Pakistan Crisis: Former Pakistan Prime Minister and PTI leader Imran Khan is currently fighting a legal battle against the army and the Shahbaz government. Even though Imran Khan has got relief from the Supreme Court, still the sword of arrest is hanging against him.
Imran Khan's big allegation
The condition of the country is getting worse. During last week's violent protests, some areas saw arson and gunfire.
Imran Khan has now made a big allegation on the 'people of the agencies' regarding this. He claimed that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif perpetrated the violence to justify the current crackdown.
Violence carried out under 'organized conspiracy'
Imran Khan posted the video on his twitter handle making the big claim and said 'We have enough evidence to present any independent investigation that the arson and firing at some places were done by agencies' men.
He wanted to put all the blame for this violence on PTI, so that the present action could be justified. He said government buildings and the Lahore Corps Commander House were destroyed as part of an "organised conspiracy".
Demand for independent investigation
Imran Khan said that 'I want an independent inquiry regarding this. All this is being done under the 'London plan' aimed at banning his party.
Imran alleged that all this has been done on the pretext of taking action on PTI. I wanted to put our workers and senior leadership including me in jail so that the assurance given to Nawaz Sharif in the London plan could be honoured.
There were widespread protests in Pakistan after the arrest of Imran Khan in the Al-Qadir Trust case. Reports claimed that his party workers stormed military installations and ransacked the Corps Commander's House in Lahore.