'With Audio Leaks, Imran Has Little Chances Of Return To Power'

'With Audio Leaks, Imran Has Little Chances Of Return To Power'
Imran Khan should understand that snap polls are not easy given the current circumstances. He shouldn't have ignored Pervez Elahi's warnings on his statements against ex-COAS Bajwa.

The ex-PM won't get anyone's approval if his attacks on institutions don't stop. He knows that early polls aren't a possibility. Even if it were the case, his return to power seems difficult, especially after the audio leaks' saga, says Nadia Naqi.

At Khabar Say Aagay, the analyst said the said clips are being 'leaked' by a certain institution, and added that political parties, instead of being silent, should adopt a unanimous stance. It can happen to others too.

Opposing a possible technocrat regime, journalist Shahbaz Mian termed it the responsibility of political parties to pull the country out of its quagmire.

Analyst Azaz Syed observed that Imran Khan's talk is evident that he is perturbed, and he's on his way to a reconciliation.

On the PML-N supremo, he said that Nawaz Sharif wants to make a return to the country once it is stable economically, but it doesn't seem the case yet. He will return once he gets some relief from the courts.

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