March 28, 2023

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Imran Khan Publicly Challenges Pakistan Government Says If Jailed I Will Come Out More Dangerous Imran Khan Publicly Challenges Pakistan Government Says If Jailed I Will Come Out More Dangerous

Political crisis in Pakistan: Former Pakistan Prime Minister and Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Imran Khan’s aggressive stance continues. Expressing displeasure over heavy police presence outside the Islamabad High Court, he said if sent to jail, he would prove more dangerous than before. A case has been registered against the PTI chief for threatening a woman judge of the federal capital during a rally organized on August 20 on the complaint of Islamabad Sadar Magistrate Ali Javed.

Many PTI supporters reached the court

Khan reached the Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Thursday amid tight security. News International reported that hundreds of security personnel had been stationed at the court since noon. Before Imran left his Banikala residence, several PTI leaders reached the court, but security officials detained Fawad Chaudhry, Shahjad Wasim and others as their names were not in the list provided by the registrar’s office.

Careless employees were reprimanded

Speaking to reporters, Imran expressed displeasure over the heavy presence of police and other law enforcement agencies in the court. Imran declined to speak further, saying his comments could be misinterpreted by the court and would only speak after attending the trial, News International reported. Speaking to reporters after the court decided to charge him with contempt of court, Imran told reporters that he wanted to contextualize his statement in court regarding the woman judge, but he had to do so and was not given the opportunity.

The country is falling behind day by day

“Every report has a context. The country is lagging behind day by day, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) report has shown that. They can do whatever they want, but the only solution to instability is fresh elections,” he said. There is.” Imran said he did not victimize any of his opponents during his tenure and that some cases were mishandled, but when he came to know about them later, he dropped those cases through the back door. The former prime minister is currently on bail till September 12. The Joint Investigation Team in the terror case was before Islamabad police issued a notice to him for failing to appear.

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