ISLAMABAD:– Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Thursday warned his predecessor Imran Khan not to cross limits by giving statements about split of the country.
“Do your politics, but don’t dare to cross limits and talk about division of Pakistan,” he said in a tweet from Turkey, where he is on a three-day official visit.
PM Sharif mentioned that as he was making accords with Turkey aimed at bringing prosperity to Pakistan, the PTI chief was issuing threats against Pakistan.
“While I am in Turkey inking agreements, Imran Niazi is making naked threats against the country,” he said in a tweet.
The prime minister said the interviews and statements of Imran Khan exposed that he was not suitable for public office.
“If at all any proof was needed that Niazi is unfit for public office, his latest interview suffices,” he said.
Political leaders from other parties also condemned Imran Khan’s statement
Former President Asif Ali Zardari said that no one can talk about division of Pakistan.
Reacting to Imran Khan’s statement, PPP leader and Federal Minister Syed Khursheed Shah said that conspirator Imran Khan was exposed today. I always said that Imran was introduced in the politics under an anti-Pakistan agenda.
PML-N leader Talal Chaudhry said that Imran Khan is so confused that he is giving such statements.
It is pertinent to mention here that while giving an interview to a private channel, former premier Imran said that the country was going towards a default, urging the establishment to make the right decisions. “If the right decisions aren’t made at this time then the country is going towards suicide,” he warned.
If Pakistan goes bankrupt then the biggest institution which is the army will be affected first. When the military is affected, then concession will be demanded from us that was taken from Ukraine, that is, denuclearization. When Pakistan will no longer remain a nuclear power it will be divided into three parts. They (US-Israel-India nexus) have plans to break up the country. “The country is heading towards suicide,” he cautioned.