Invited by The Economist to share his perspective from prison, Imran Khan, the ousted prime minister of Pakistan, sheds light on the unjust suppression of his party. Currently incarcerated, Khan highlights the constitutional illegitimacy of caretaker administrations at various levels of government and the skepticism surrounding the promised February 8th elections, particularly in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He points to the questionable actions of the election commission, emphasizing its defiance of the Supreme Court and hindrance of his party's democratic processes. Khan attributes his removal to the establishment's interference, influenced by American pressure. Amid economic challenges and personal persecution, he calls for fair elections as the only path to political stability and democratic governance in Pakistan.