Keep me in Jail but release other PTI leaders, says Imran

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Keep me in prison but release other PTI leaders, says Imran

Imran Khan, the founder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and a former prime minister, stated on Tuesday that he was willing to stay behind bars while appealing to authorities to free other party leaders.

Speaking to the media at the £190 million reference hearing, Imran requested Chief Justice Qazi Faez Isa to set up a judicial committee to look into the May 9 incidents and to consider the PTI’s appeal, which was filed on May 25.

Imran added that “concealing” information is also illegal and that there hasn’t been any investigation into the instances to date.
The PTI founder declared, “A political party is being eliminated based on the May 9 incidents.”
Imran asked the Election Commission of Pakistan’s (ECP) authority to carry out inquiries amid claims of election tampering and called for an in-depth investigation of the elections held on February 8.

“If you want to keep me in jail, keep me but release the others,” Imran said, appealing to authorities to consider justice while he is still behind bars.

Party leaders like Dr. Yasmeen, Mehmoodul Rashid, Alia Hamza, Ijaz Chaudhry, and Umar Cheema had concerns about their health, which he brought up.
Imran highlighted issues related to national security, citing disclosures from a meeting of the National Security Committee (NSC) and citing Asad Majeed’s designation as a “potential” danger.

He highlighted the need to reconsider Donald Lu’s feedback and suggested that it might have consequences that call for more investigation, especially in light of the US Embassy’s possible participation.
Given that the original cypher is kept in the Foreign Office, he questioned why Pakistan’s claimed cypher breach wasn’t being looked into.

He mentioned that a shorter version was given to them.

In terms of security processes, he stressed that protecting the cypher is a shared duty among the office members rather than the PM’s exclusive obligation.

Along with his frustration over getting three sentences in five days, Imran stated that he had been informed by a TV anchor that he would be found guilty by February 5. He wanted his court hearings to be broadcast live.

The PTI founder also commented on Rana Sanaullah’s statements, comparing them to common strategies employed by “political mafias.” He highlighted the need to have fair political competition, pointing out that it was not possible to meet with the parliamentary leader in Punjab.

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