Imran Khan suspects a conspiracy to ‘ban’ the PTI as Pakistani government supporters stage a rare demonstration


Imran Khan, the prime minister of Pakistan, has claimed that there is a plot to “ban” his political party, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). The alleged plot came to light after a rare protest was held in Islamabad by government supporters who called for the dissolution of the PTI-led government.

The protest, which was held outside the Election Commission of Pakistan offices, was organized by a group called the Pakistan Anti-Corruption Movement. The group is made up of supporters of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), which is the main opposition party.

The protest was reportedly organized in response to alleged attempts by the PTI government to manipulate the results of the 2018 general elections. The protesters alleged that the PTI had “rigged” the elections and called for the dissolution of the PTI government and the formation of a “transparent and fair” government.

In response to the protest, Imran Khan claimed that the PML-N was attempting to “ban” his party and that the protest was part of a “conspiracy” to destabilize his government. He further accused the PML-N of attempting to create anarchy and chaos in the country.

The protest has triggered a debate in Pakistan about the government’s use of its powers. Critics of the government have argued that it is using its powers in an undemocratic manner and that it should not be allowed to manipulate the outcome of the elections. Supporters of the government, on the other hand, have defended its actions and argued that it is simply exercising its constitutional rights.