Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is still making headlines months after his government fell, made another statement on Friday that drew attention. The cricketer and politician was charged with terrorism over his remarks to a female judge last week.
“I am very dangerous,” Khan told reporters on Friday, Pakistan-based News International reported. This is the second time.
Claiming the government was trying to “arrest the leader of the biggest political party” in the country, he also said Pakistan was being ridiculed. He claimed the country was facing “lawlessness”, and Khan added: They are looking for technical knockouts. They are mocking the country just to save themselves. “
Imran Khan faces arrest in a terrorist incident over his comments at last week’s rally over the arrest of PTI leader Shahbaz Gill. He claims to have received
But at the rally, Khan stepped up his demands on the Shahbaz Sharif government and made comments against the female judges and even the Electoral Commission involved in the case. In response, the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority, a media watchdog, banned him from speaking live on satellite TV channels.
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