ISLAMABAD: Former premier Imran Khan He lamented the fact that US Has been used Pakistan like A “hired gun” in The war against Terrorism and America’s ties to his country are “very undignified” This is a much better choice than a very “civilised relationship” India
His comments came days after Khan He indicated his willingness to rekindle relations with the United States, after Washington had repeatedly accused him of conspiring to take him out of power in April.
If asked by Public Broadcasting Service, an American broadcaster, discusses his recent U-turn as well as his past remarks about how America treats him. Pakistan “like a slave,” Khan said: “Firstly, I mean, it is just a fact that the Pakistan-US relationship has been lopsided.”
“It is not, for instance, the US-India relationship, which I call a very civilised relationship, a dignified relationship. In Pakistan, we have been — well, the war on terror, we were like a hired gun. And I think it is a very undignified relationship,” He said.
Khan, 70, who was evicted in April in a no-confidence vote, in In an interview with Financial Times, he stated that he would like to improve relations with the US If he wins a second term, and he doesn’t blame it for his ouster as Pakistan Prime Minister.
When asked if the United States could be a good partner for him, Khan said: “The United States is a democracy. Democracies accept criticism. Democracies accept other people’s point of view. Master slaves don’t.” “Pakistan’s relationship with the US is very important for us. So, just because of the regime change, it shouldn’t mean that I should not have a future relationship with the US. And, yes, I have my right to criticise,” He added.
Khan He had claimed that he was expelled by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif after a conspiracy with the USA top security partner, Pakistan That has brought the country billions in dollars in Assistance to the military
Khan He has claimed repeatedly that Donald LuThe American top diplomat for South Asia in The US State department was involved in To overthrow his government, a ‘foreign conspiracy’
KhanChairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party (PTI), was shot in the leg. in Two gunmen shot a volley at his right leg while he was standing on a truck-mounted container and fired several bullets at him. in The Wazirabad area, where he was leading a march against The government should press for snap election.
He blamed Shehbaz Sharif (Prime Minister) and Interior Minister. Rana Sanaullah Major General Faisal Nazer He plotted to assassinate the president.
“Well, I was very lucky. I had three bullets in my right leg and some shrapnel in my left,” He said.
“So, the two — the flesh wounds are healing well. But the bone where my bone got cracked by the third bullet, that’s causing me a bit of discomfort. But I expect, in the next two, three weeks, I should be walking, putting weight on my leg,” Khan said.
General elections must be held in Pakistan It will take less than 60 calendar days for the dissolution to be completed. in August of next year
When he was asked about his protest march against Why is the government pressing for an early election and why? Khan said: “We talk about the injustice that is taking place in this country, where these — this cabal of crooks have been foisted on us. And, secondly, the economy has gone to the ground. Financial markets outside Pakistan and within the country have lost confidence in this government.”
“And all the economic indicators are going down. So, if they don’t hold elections immediately, it doesn’t bother my party, because we are gaining all the time. But our worry is that they will leave the country in a state where it will be beyond anyone’s control,” He added.