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Pakistan: I am Quiet Because: Imran Khan Issues a Threat Day After Spy Agency Chief’s Accusations. Watch Video

Pakistan: A former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan attacked the head of ISI, the nation’s top intelligence organisation, with full force (Inter-Services Intelligence). “DG ISI, please listen and open your ears. Khan sent the CIA a strong warning, saying, “I know a lot of things, but I’m quiet simply because I don’t want to hurt my country. Hundreds of people clapped and applauded as Khan waved the flags of his nation and his party.

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This comes a day after Imran Khan was accused of making a “lucrative offer” to the head of the Pakistani Army, General Qamar Javed Bajwa, in exchange for his support during political unrest in March of this year, which ultimately led to Khan’s removal from office midterm. This was claimed in an unprecedented press conference by ISI chief Lt Gen Nadeem Ahmed Anjum on Thursday.

“I offer constructive feedback in an effort to improve” (of the country). Otherwise, I have a lot to say,” Imran Khan stated while speaking to a crowd in Lahore.

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I could have revealed the ISI but…

He insisted, “I could have revealed the ISI but withheld for the sake of the country.
Imran Khan declared in front of his party’s members and fans at Lahore’s renowned Liberty Chowk that his “single goal is to free my people and transform Pakistan into a free country.”
Imran Khan denied the accusations made by ISI chief Lt Gen Nadeem Ahmed Anjum, claiming that they were biassed and that Anjum only “spoke about Imran Khan” while remaining silent on the “thieves” in the government.

The spy head gave an unusual news appearance as the nation struggled to come to terms with the murder of journalist Arshad Sharif in Kenya and the covert strikes on its military forces. On Sunday night, Sharif was fatally murdered at a Kenyan police roadblock, sparking a political upheaval in Pakistan. Later, the Kenyan police claimed that “mistaken identity” was the cause of the murder.

In a stinging criticism of PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif, Imran Khan emphasised that he is “not a runaway that would either sit quietly here or criticise the military in London.”

He said, “I am not going to leave this country. I will live and die in this country.”

Imran Khan promised that the demonstration will be calm as he began a protest march to Islamabad calling for an early election. “We’ll march in accordance with the law. No laws will be broken by us. According to news agency PTI, he declared, “We will not approach the Red Zone and will only go to the places that have been recognised by the Supreme Court for protests”.

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Threat letter

Imran Khan, 70, who was removed from office in April following a no-confidence vote in him in parliament, has previously spoken about receiving a “threat letter” from the US, which he believed was part of a larger international plot to have him removed because of his independent foreign policy. The charges have been emphatically refuted by the US.

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