Imran Khan Warns Of Wheat Crisis In Coming Days

ISLAMABAD: (HRNW) Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has warned that the country could witness a wheat crisis in coming days.

Speaking during an interview, the former premier said that the target of wheat sowing in Punjab has been not met and the country could witness a wheat crisis in the coming days.

Referring to the Lahore High Court’s (LHC) verdict on Punjab Chief Minister’s election, Imran Khan said that the party had always said that the election of Hamza Shehbaz as Punjab Chief Minister is ‘unconstitutional’.

The PTI Chairman announced that the party would move Supreme Court (SC) against the LHC verdict regarding Punjab CM vote recount. “Election under Hamza Shehbaz and Deputy Speaker will create more crisis,” he added.

“The apex court had ordered against the turncoats, so why their votes were considered. There is no governance in Punjab and the rulers’ only motive is to get rid of their corruption cases,” he added.

Imran Khan pointed out that the Lahore High Court has given a 24-hour deadline for recounting votes in Punjab CM election. “Many of our party members are not in Pakistan currently,” he said, adding that he knew six such members went to perform Hajj.


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