Imran Khan Case: Strictness increased on 80 PTI workers including Imran Khan, ban on leaving the country

Imran Khan: The difficulties of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan are increasing. Now he has been banned from leaving Pakistan. Along with the PTI chief, 80 members of his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party have been included in the no-fly list. Imran’s wife Bushra Bibi has also been barred from leaving the country. 

It is worth mentioning that a few days back Shahbaz government had offered two places to Imran Khan that if he wants he can go to Dubai or London, but now Imran Khan is not allowed to go out of the country. Along with Imran Khan, this strictness has also been exercised on 80 members of his party PTI. 

Imran Khan’s allegation 

Meanwhile, Imran Khan is constantly accusing Shahbaz government of crushing PTI. He wrote in tweeting, "Over 10,000 PTI workers and supporters including senior leadership are in jail. The detained PTI workers are being ill-treated." Earlier, Imran Khan filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the government’s decision to impose Article 245 in several provinces, calling it an undeclared martial law. Along with this, he has also demanded to set up a commission to investigate the violence on May 9.

‘Action on PTI on the pretext of investigation’ 

Imran Khan has said that on May 9, on the pretext of investigating the arson, an attempt is being made to destroy the party. The government wants to destroy democracy and create fear in the minds of the people, but this attempt to enslave us will fail. He claimed that we have politically aware youth who are exposing all conspiracies on social media. 

The violence took place on May 9 

Note that Imran Khan was arrested on May 9 in the Al Qadir Trust case. After which arson and sabotage took place across the country. The protesters did not even spare Pakistan’s military establishments. Regarding the violence of May 9, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has already made it clear that the culprits involved in the violence will not be spared.

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