Political drama: Imran jumped into a neighbour’s house to escape arrest! Pakistani minister claims
To escape arrest, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman scaled the wall of his residence and fled to his neighbour’s house. The country’s Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah made this claim.
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Pakistan News: The Shahbaz government of Pakistan is continuously following former Prime Minister Imran Khan. Recently, the Islamabad court issued a non-bailable warrant against him. When the police went to arrest them, they were not found there. A new claim has emerged in this matter. According to this claim, Imran Khan had fled to a neighbour’s house by jumping over a wall to escape arrest. A minister of Pakistan has claimed this.
‘The police who went to make the arrest faced a lot of drama
To escape arrest, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman scaled the wall of his residence and fled to his neighbour’s house. The country’s Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah made this claim on 6 March. The News reported this a day after the former prime minister’s hide-and-seek. The minister said the team that went to arrest Khan on March 5 had to face a lot of drama. There are rumours that he (Khan) jumped into his neighbour’s house (to hide). After a while, he appeared. Gave a big speech elsewhere.
Imran Khan is facing many cases in the court
Sanaullah’s comments came after a team of Islamabad police came to Lahore to arrest the PTI chief without a court summons. The News reported that the law enforcers returned without making any arrests as the party told them Imran was not home. The News reported that the former prime minister is facing around 40 cases in different parts of the country.
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These include litigation, police and Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) cases and action initiated by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) against the PTI chief. The News reported that when Fawad Chaudhry was contacted and asked why Imran Khan had claimed that he had been booked in 76 cases, the former information minister replied that the cases filed by Imran Khan were for denial of treatment. were against.
Earlier this week, the PTI chief claimed on Twitter that 76 cases have been registered against him. The News reported that with the latest change in Khan’s stand on the regime change plot, the number of U-turns by the former Pak chief has crossed 100. Khan’s only consistent policy, on which he has never retconned, is to do a U-turn on almost every statement. He described the U-turn as the hallmark of leadership.
Justifying and defending his U-turn, on November 18, 2018, he tweeted, Taking a U-turn to reach an objective is a mark of outstanding leadership, as is telling lies to save ill-gotten money from crooks is the identity of.