Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said at a rally that he is not against any country including India and the US. He reiterated that he is not against any community but stands with humanity.
His statement at the rally in Karachi's Bagh-i-Jinnah is in contradiction with his previous statements in which he alleged foreign conspiracy is behind his ousting. The chief of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf has criticised India, the US, and European nations on global platforms several times.
The veteran politician has recently backed India's foreign policy several times despite criticising the country as a whole before. A day before the no-confidence vote, he said that Indians are very self-respecting people and noted that the foreign policy of India is independent and for the betterment of the people. He has been campaigning to make Pakistan's foreign policy free from Western influence.
Khan was addressing a massive rally on Saturday when he declared: "I am not against any country. Neither I am anti-India, anti-Europe, nor anti-America," reported ANI.
Imran Khan is also cross with the European Union for suggesting Pakistan vote against Russia. At a special session of the UN General Assembly, he asked if the EU consider Islamabad their "slave". The former PM was in Russia on the eve of the military invasion of Ukraine.
Since the no-confidence vote ousted him and his ministers from the parliament, PTI has been holding protests across the nation alleging that the US government conspired with the Opposition party to topple Pakistan's government. Other leaders of PTI are also campaigning against the current Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
PM Sharif has accused Khan of retaining and selling valuable items from the country's treasure house in Dubai. They are alleged to be worth PKR 140 million. If the accusations are true, his actions have inflicted a loss to the national exchequer.