Asad Umar says he was offered to replace Imran Khan as PM
Islamabad: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Asad Umar has revealed that he was offered to replace Imran Khan as prime minister of Pakistan before the no-confidence motion was tabled against his leader.
In an interview with Siasat.pk, Umar said that he was out of Bani Gala when he received a phone call and was asked to return to the residence of the PTI chairman.
He said that when he arrived in Bani Gala two men met him in the garden and made the offer that his name could be included in the list of three people to replace Khan in order to save the PTI government.
“I told them have you gone made. What is PTI without Imran Khan,” Asad Umar said, without sharing the name of the people who made the offer.
He also refused to reveal name of the person who made the phone call to him.