NEW YORK: - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan Sunday termed the impeachment move against President Pervez Musharraf as a deception, saying the real isssue -- restoration of the deposed judges -- has been relegated to the backburner. If the judges dismissed by Musharraf were restored, there would be no need to impeach Musharraf, as the Supreme Court, in accordance with the constitution, would adjudicate upon the illegality of his election, he said in an interview with prominent journalist Fareed Zakaria on CNN's GPS news programme. Imran said said Asif Ali Zardari, who runs the Pakistan People's Party and the country, does not want the reinstatement of independent judiciary as he has against him a number of corruption cases which were unearthed by President Musharraf who later withdrew them out of politicial expediency. Asked who runs Pakistan, the PTI chairman said Asif Zardari who has all the authority, but no responsibility, which is that of Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani. He urged the United States to support the democratic government in Pakistan. The best was to deal with the deteriorating situation in FATA is through dialogue, not military action. Imran said Pakistan was facing huge challenges, especially the grave economic crisis, compounded by soaring food and fuel prices and massive unemployment that needed urgent attention.