Khan says he first heard of the plot a few days ago and that he has listed all those implicated in it in the video . Khan warns that the people will learn about the perpetrators by way of a video message he recently posted and posted in a secure place .
Lahore: Khan said on Saturday that a plot to kill him is being hatched in Pakistan and abroad, warning that the people will learn about the perpetrators by way of a video message he recently posted and posted in a secure place.Khan said he first heard of the plot a few days ago and that he has listed all those implicated in it in the video.A few days ago, I had complete knowledge of this scheme.In enclosed rooms, the plot is being hatched here and abroad against me.At a large rally, Khan said that if something happens to me, the people will find out who is behind this scheme.The chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf said he had kept the taped video in a secure place.He had said earlier that the names of all those involved in oustering his government were written on his chest.Khan blames the United States for returning his government.He said he had asked the military establishment to intervene and save his government, but it did nothing to help. We never underestimate anyone who accepts Allah, Khan said.Khan cautioned his political opponents, including Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, PPPs Asif Ali Zardari, and JUI-Fs Maulana Fazlur Rehman, not to put any barriers in his Azadi campaign.The date of the march would be disclosed after May 20, according to he, who said that over two million people will march in the capital to depose this imported government.Pakistan's Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said that this would be a revolution and that Khan has now come up with a sexist tale about his assassination in order to gain the people's sympathy after being in office for about four years. According to Asif, this ghoulish figure doesn't exist in Pakistani politics.Last month, the 69-year-old cricketer-turned-politician was voted out of office by a no-confidence vote that was drafted by the US with the help of local politicians in order to pursue a free international policy.His followers used social media to accuse the army of doing nothing to save his government after the Imran Khan-led government was ousted from office by a no-confidence vote.Khan has held numerous public demonstrations in various cities since his ouster, branding the new government as travesties and corrupt officials allegedly enacted at the President's discretion, a claim that the new administration has refuted.