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Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan cautions nation might descend to civil war if elections are not announced Imran Khan
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Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan cautions nation might descend to civil war if elections are not announced

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 03 Jun 2022, 11:37 pm

Islamabad: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has cautioned that the nation might descend to civil war if elections were not announced.

"We will see if they allow us to go towards elections through legal and constitutional means otherwise this country will go towards [a] civil war," he said in an interview with anchorperson Sami Ibrahim for Bol News programme Tajzia as quoted by The Dawn.

Imran further said there was "no question" of returning to the National Assembly as that would "mean accepting the conspiracy" that had removed his government.

He said he was waiting for the apex court to decide on his party's plea to provide protection to the protestors, after which he said he would issue the date for the next march.

Khan was ousted from power this year after he lost a no confidence motion brought against him.

Shehbaz Sharif took charge as PM after his dismissal from power.

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