Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supremo and former Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday said he will give a final call to the nation if pushed to the wall.

Addressing the masses, the former PM said that the country’s economy is going down rapidly, adding that as long as there is no political stability, the economy cannot be stabilized. "The current government has no value in Pakistan or outside. "The government has accepted and accepted all the conditions of the IMF," he added.

"After 17 years in our era, the growth rate was 6%. Today, the growth has gone to zero. In our era, the highest tax was collected in the history of Pakistan in April. 50% of industries have closed, and 20% of textile industries have closed in the country, 34% of cement sales have decreased in the country, and according to the World Bank, the situation in Pakistan and Sri Lanka is similar," Imran said.

The PTI chairman further said that the opponents are ending corruption cases instead of thinking about the country, adding that Pakistan has to pay interest on 30 billion dollars of loans, Moody’s and Fitch have also downgraded Pakistan’s rating. Now the country has to pay back the loans.

While reiterating his call for early elections, he stated that this is the only option to save the country from further crisis.