Former prime minister Imran Khan has claimed that the “London plan” failed after a big number of independent candidates backed by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf led the race for National Assembly seats in the general elections.
“You kept my trust and your massive turnout shocked everyone,” he said in the artificial intelligence (AI) version of his victory speech on Saturday. It was shared on Khan’s official page on X, formerly called Twitter.
More than one minute clip began with one of his old videos where he starts his speech in his style. It contained stills from his party’s processions and old pictures of himself as the prime minister.
His speech comes a day after his rival Nawaz Sharif made a victory speech in Lahore. Sharif, who is trying his fourth bid to become prime minister, announced his bid to form a coalition government.
It was the fourth AI generated video of Khan. In the recent past, he also used voice clone technology to address his supporters.
Independent candidates won 99 seats in the National Assembly, according to the provisional results issued by the Election Commission of Pakistan on Friday.
“London plan has failed,” Khan said and described Sharif as a person with a “low IQ” because of delivering a victory speech despite trailing behind the independent candidates.
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The PTI founder claimed that no Pakistani would accept him as the international media was also writing about his “foolishness”.
While quoting independent sources, Khan claimed his party-backed candidates were winning the election, but mentioned about alleged rigging in polls.
“I am proud of you and I thank God,” he said and asked his supporters to celebrate.