Khan claimed, from 2008 to 2018, the United States carried out 400 drone attacks on Pakistan.
ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan has criticized government and said incumbent rulers would “not do anything without approval of United States”.
Khan was addressed party activists and leaders at PTI’s National Council Meeting after he was re-elected as the chairman unopposed.
PTI leaders Umar Sarfaraz Cheema and Naik Muhammad were the other two contenders who were running for chairman.
Moreover, Shah Mahmood and Asad Umar have also been re-elected as the vice-chairman and the secretary-general of the party, respectively.
PTI chairman said they will “not take a stand for nation” as they have billions of dollars stored in foreign bank accounts.
“They are afraid that if America is disgruntled with them, then they will suffer the same fate as the Russian oligarchs,” the PTI chairman said.
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Imran claimed that from 2008 to 2018, the US carried out 400 drone attacks on Pakistan.
Khan said Zardari, Nawaz did not “utter a word in protest” when US drone attacks were taking place in Pakistan.
Khan criticised the government for launching a crackdown on PTI workers.
He further said that he had never imagined that such actions would be taken in Pakistan against the workers of a political party.