He asked the institutions as to how they had allowed the tyrants to be imposed on the nation and said Allah Almighty would ask the judges had they established the rule of law and protected the weak against powerful crooks.
Imran vowed to fight any move to unseat him. "Whatever they do, I'm ready for that," he told a gathering in Islamabad. Opposition leaders say Imran has lost public support as he struggles with high inflation, a rising current account deficit and depleting foreign reserves.
According to details, Imran Khan's party is in the clear lead on 16 constituencies. Thanking its voters and supporters, the PTI on its official Twitter handle said, “Shukriya Pakistan, the fascist imported government has been defeated!”
Around 8,000 snow leopards are believed to be left in the wild worldwide and fewer than 400 of them are in Pakistan.
“Around nine million overseas Pakistanis are the country’s asset,” the premier said at a ceremony held to launch the "Sohni Dharti Remittance Programme (SDRP)" – a move aimed at encouraging the use of formal channels.
The problem was the elite capture of resources which deprived the majority of proper healthcare, education and justice. Lack of rule of law is the reason why Pakistan had not achieved its potential,” Imran said in an exclusive online conversation with Shaykh Hamza Yusuf.
Prime Minister Imran Khan also directed to establish special sections and desks in 34 sub-departments of 13 ministries for the facilitation of overseas Pakistanis.
Prime Minister Imran Khan had in September launched a cadastral map of Islamabad to curb land record tampering, ensure monitoring of construction through imagery and provide information about land ownership.
In its baseline forecast, EIU predicted opposition victories in the legislative polls scheduled to be held in Pakistan and Thailand, saying that elections in both countries will be contentious with risk of military interference.