Tue, 17 May 2022

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan warned the Opposition on Sunday that if he is removed from office, he will be an even more deadly foe for them than he was as the country's premier.

"I wish to warn you: If I am ousted from the government, I will be more dangerous for you."

"Right now, I sit silently in my office and watch all the drama taking place. If I take to the streets, you will have no place to hide because the people have seen your true colors," the premier stated during a live conversation with the public televised on state television.

At the start of the session, the prime minister addressed the issue of inflation in the country, saying, "The largest challenge we face today is inflation and rising commodity costs. I am well aware of the problems that the average person is experiencing due to increased prices."

Imran Khan maintained that inflation is "not a problem that exists just in Pakistan."

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