Imran Khan's "Any Sacrifice For Pakistan" Tweet Amid Arrest Threat: Report

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: Imran Khan, the embattled Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman, struck a conciliatory tone on Thursday, declaring that he was willing to "talk to anyone" and "make any sacrifice" for the country's "uplift, interest, and democracy," as Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif once more urged cooperation to address Pakistan's problems, reported Dawn.The two leaders' comments came a day after PM Shehbaz offered the PTI leader an olive branch, emphasising that all political groups would need to come together for talks in order to resolve the nation's continuing political and economic challenges.Imran Khan, who is facing several legal matters, has been eluding arrest and is currently holed up in his Zaman Park home with thousands of supporters who have engaged in several days of "pitched battles" with the police and Rangers.Imran Khan tweeted, "I will not refrain from any sacrifice for the sake of Pakistan's uplift, interest and democracy. In this regard, I am willing to talk to anyone and take every step towards it."In a subsequent tweet, he said, "I want to express my heartfelt gratitude to the people of Pakistan who joined us in the struggle for true freedom and to our workers from all over Pakistan, including Lahore.In the meantime, PM Shehbaz urged political leaders to work together to address the nation's problems, while speaking in the Senate at a session to commemorate its golden jubilee, according to Dawn. The Prime Minister claimed in his speech that political stability was necessary for economic stability. He said that by seizing the reins amid challenging economic times, the coalition administration had sacrificed its politics for the nation's benefit.A staff-level agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was forthcoming, he informed the upper house of Parliament. He further accused the previous government of deliberately breaking its agreements with the money lender.


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