Khan made the remarks during an interview on Friday with the local Samaa TV emphasizing that the Israeli-based news story was part of "an entire campaign" targeting his administration.
The development came following a publicity campaign by Israeli regime’s news outlets alleging on Wednesday that a senior advisor to Khan had visited the occupied territories last month.
Citing a source close to the Tel Aviv regime, Israel Hayom and other Israeli dailies published a report claiming that the Pakistani aide had met with Israeli officials during an alleged trip to Tel Aviv.
The apparent propaganda story also said the Pakistani official was carrying a message from Khan that reflected his “strategic decision” to open political and diplomatic talks with the regime. The Jerusalem Post also covered publicity item but later removed it from its website.
Pointing to recent efforts by a coalition of 11 opposition groups -- led by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and the now London-based former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, who was ousted after being convicted and later jailed on official corruption charges – Khan said he was prepared to face everything the opposition alliance aims to throw at him.
"The PDM can do anything that it wants. I am ready," said the premier, adding that PDM’s recent protest rally in Lahore had damaged the opposition’s alliance.
"I am a jalsa specialist and I am telling you that this was a flop show," he said.
Khan’s administration had dismissed the Lahore rally as “more [of] a ploy” to distract from the corruption charges against Sharif.