‘Either Imran Khan will get killed or…’: Pakistan minister | World News

Pakistan’s Minister of State for Interior Shehryar Afridi has recently warned that Prime Minister Imran Khan could be assassinated if the country’s political situation does not improve.

In a statement to the media, Afridi said that the current political situation in Pakistan is “very dangerous” and that the country is facing a “grave threat” from its enemies. He warned that if the situation does not improve, Prime Minister Imran Khan could be killed.

Afridi’s comments come at a time when the country is facing a number of political and economic challenges. The government has been struggling to contain rising inflation and unemployment, while also dealing with a growing militant threat.

The minister’s comments have sparked a debate in the country, with some accusing him of trying to create fear and panic. Others have argued that his comments are a reflection of the reality of the situation in Pakistan.

The government has been trying to address the country’s economic and security challenges, but it has been hampered by a lack of resources and political will. The government has also been accused of not doing enough to tackle corruption and cronyism.

It remains to be seen whether Prime Minister Imran Khan will be able to turn the situation around and ensure the safety of himself and the country. If he fails to do so, then the minister’s warning could become a reality.