NEW DELHI: Putting an end to rumors, Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Imran Khan has ruled out any alliance with former Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf. While speaking to CNN-IBN he, however, invited the leader who has been in self imposed exile to contest elections.
He further said that Musharraf is going to face a very tough time in Pakistan, when he returns.
"All the other political leaders were put under house arrest but he put me in prison. What is in store for Musharraf, I'm afraid he is going to face a very tough time here because there is going to be a case for murder of Nawab Akhbar Bukhdi on him. There is a case of article six which is voilating the constitution even the Lal Masjid affair was God knows how many people were killed," Khan said.
The Tehreek-e-Insaf leader said lot of people will blame Musharraf for the killings of 40000 people who died because of this war on terror.
"Students were insanarated in Lal Masjid there is going to be a case against that and then don't forget all the killings that has taken place some 40000 people have died because of this war on terror. Lot of people will blame him for that and very blunt no question of alliance.
Khan further said that the people of Pakistan want change as they are sick of old faces.
"I could see the young people in Pakistan willing to change as they are sick of these old faces. Politicians have got richer and the country is getting poorer. So people wanted to change and so I could see the change coming and this was reflected in the polls which were in the United States where I became the number one politician, Khan said.