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‘Listen to me fastidiously…attempting to kill me’: What Imran Khan talked about hours sooner than his arrest | Watch

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By India Today World Desk: Former Pakistan Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) chief, Imran Khan, sooner than his arrest from outside the Islamabad High Court on Tuesday, reiterated his allegations in the direction of a senior navy officer of attempting to kill him.

The PTI chief, sooner than leaving for Islamabad High Court for look in a case of mutiny and one different case pertaining to costs of tried murder, took to Twitter and posted a video claiming makes an try have been being made by The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and its “handlers” to arrest him.

The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) is a coalition of three political occasions which is ruling Pakistan now.

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The PTI chief talked about that he would provide all proof when required, calling out the navy establishment to get capable of be held accountable by the people.

My reply to ISPR & makes an try by PDM & their handlers to arrest me for two causes: 1. To forestall me from campaigning bec InshaAllah when elections are launched I’ll doubtless be doing jalsas. 2. To forestall me from mobilising the tons for street movement in help of Constitution ifâ€æ
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) May 9, 2023

The ruling authorities had prolonged sought Imran Khan’s arrest, and had been accumulating costs in the direction of the earlier prime minister.

The cricketer-turned-politician was arrested by the Pakistan Rangers from outside the Islamabad High Court after orders by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). Khan had travelled to Islamabad earlier throughout the day from his Lahore residence to look sooner than the courtroom, in quest of bail throughout the Al-Qadir perception case lodged by the NAB.

Rangers kidnapped PTI Chairman Imran Khan, these are the visuals. Pakistan’s brave people ought to come out and defend their nation.
— PTI (@PTIofficial) May 9, 2023

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“Imran Khan has been arrested in Al-Qadir trust case. Situation in under control,” talked about Inspector General Islamabad Amir Zulfiqar Khan.

After Imran Khan’s arrest, rigidity was anticipated to be extreme all through Pakistan. It is being anticipated that Imran Khan’s supporters may have interplay in demonstrations, presumably leading to dysfunction and turmoil throughout the upcoming days.

Pakistan’s Army slammed Imran Khan for “highly irresponsible and baseless” allegations by him in the direction of a serving ISI officer with none proof as a latest disagreement broke out between the extremely efficient navy and the earlier prime minister.

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In a strongly worded assertion, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) – the media wing of the navy — moreover talked about that Khan’s “fabricated and malicious allegations are extremely unfortunate, deplorable and unacceptable.” “This has been a consistent pattern for last one year wherein military and intelligence agencies officials are targeted with insinuations and sensational propaganda for the furtherance of political objectives,” it talked about.


On May 7, Imran Khan alleged that top ISI officer Major-General Faisal Naseer, who tried to kill him twice, was moreover involved throughout the brutal murder of senior journalist Arshad Sharif.

Khan’s remarks bought right here whereas he was addressing a rally in Lahore from his bullet-bomb-proof vehicle. The rally was telecast dwell in numerous cities by way of a video hyperlink.

“Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI)’s Major-General Faisal Naseer tried to kill me twice. He is also involved in the killing of (TV anchor) Arshad Sharif. He also stripped my party Senator Azam Swati naked and inflicted severe torture on him,” PTI chief had talked about.