LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday feared that Pakistan could plunge into major crises if the government did not abide by the Supreme Court’s order to reopen graft cases against President Asif Ali Zardari, SAMAA reports.
“There will be no threat to democracy if the federal government writes a letter to Swiss authorities,” he said, while speaking to media persons in Lahore.
“The government is going to ruin the Supreme Court. But our party will stand by the judiciary.”
To a question, he said that he was not consulted over the formation of interim set-up ahead of general polls.
He said the Charter of Democracy (CoD) was an accord between two parties and that his faction had nothing to do with it.
Khan wondered why Chief Justice of Pakistan had not yet taken a suo moto notice of remarks made by some PPP leaders against the superior judiciary.
Answering another question, the PTI chief said his plan to take a peace march to Waziristan, if succeeded, would yield positive results to forge peace in tribal areas of Pakistan. SAMAA