LAHORE – Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), compared the “oppression of his party workers to genocide in Nazi Germany” on Monday.

The former premier underlined his concerns over the re-arrest of party leader Shireen Mazari in a Twitter Spaces session with supporters, saying that such government acts highlight the “plight of the powerful.”

In response to the chaos on May 9, Mr. Khan said, “PTI has promoted nonviolent demonstrations for the last 27 years. Why does the biggest party in the nation advocate violence?

Government terrified about elections

According to Mr. Khan, the administration flagrantly disregarded the Supreme Court’s directive to conduct the Punjab Assembly elections. The elections are terrifying the government.

“The strong may act anyway they like once the law is breached. The strong make sure that this ideology succeeds by using the notion of necessity,” he lamented.

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