Pakistan : PTI Chairman Imran Khan has been arrested today by the National Accountability Bureau in the Al-Qadir Trust case, but is it the Al-Qadir Trust case? Pakistan : PTI Chairman Imran Khan has been arrested today by the National Accountability Bureau in the Al-Qadir Trust case, but is it the Al-Qadir Trust case?

Pakistan : PTI Chairman Imran Khan has been arrested today by the National Accountability Bureau in the Al-Qadir Trust case, but is it the Al-Qadir Trust case?

Pakistan : PTI Chairman Imran Khan has been arrested today by the National Accountability Bureau in the Al-Qadir Trust case, but is it the Al-Qadir Trust case? On May 9, 2023, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf chief Imran Khan was arrested from the Islamabad High Court premises while he was getting his biometrics done.   According to the reports of Pakistan Television, Imran Khan was transferred to NAB Rawalpindi.  Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah while talking to the media in Islamabad shortly after the arrest of Imran Khan said that Imran Khan has been arrested in the Al-Qadir Trust case.  He said that the amount of 19 million pounds was 'the trust of the Pakistani people. The British government contacted the Pakistani government and made arrangements for this. He said that Shahzad Akbar facilitated in this regard, and the process of issuing a red notice against him has been initiated.  He asked, 'Tell me who built this university and where did the money come from?'  The interior minister said that 'NAB gave him a formal notice and proof that these are evidences and you should come and join the investigation. They did not appear and the court asked them to be included in the investigation, after which NAB had to arrest them.  'Donation' by Bahria Town  In July last year, Rana Sanaullah told a press conference in Islamabad with documents that private housing society Bahria Town donated 458 kanals of land to Al-Qadir Trust, and this trust is in the name of Imran Khan and his wife.  He had said that the agreement with the private housing society had the signatures of Prime Minister Imran Khan and the First Lady, and an inquiry committee had also been formed to investigate the matter.  The Home Minister said that Bahria Town signed a contract for 458 kanals of land, the value of which was stated in the documents at Rs 93 crore, while the actual price was five to 10 times more, according to him.  "This land was donated by Bahria Town and it is signed by the donor of Bahria Town on one side and by former First Lady Bushra Bibi on the other side.  "There are only two trustees of this valuable land transferred in the name of Al-Qadir Trust, in which the first is Bushra Khan and the second is the former prime minister."  Imran Khan's Special Assistant on Accountability, Barrister Shehzad Akbar, said that the British National Crime Agency received 190 million pounds from Malik Riaz in London as a result of a settlement, which was equivalent to approximately 60 billion rupees, to the state of Pakistan. transferred to  The current government says that the amount transferred by the former prime minister after approval from the cabinet was adjusted for the due payments of Malik Riaz instead of being deposited in the national treasury, while it is also being alleged that Imran Khan got the valuable property in his name with the help of Shahzad Akbar.  NAB action NAB has issued several notices to Chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan and his former assistant Zulfi Bukhari while starting the proceedings on this matter.  NAB Rawalpindi had also issued a summons notice to Malik Riaz Hussain while the accountability agency is also investigating the alleged illegal adjustment against Shahzad Akbar and others.  NAB also sent notices to all members of Imran Khan's cabinet. While in this case, Faisal Vawda has appeared before NAB and recorded his statement.  NAB has also issued a notice to Imran Khan's advisor Zulfi Bukhari and inquired about this university, in response to which Zulfi Bukhari said that this is an act of revenge. I will not back down under any circumstances.'  He said that this university is playing a role for the promotion of Islamic education.  On May 9, 2023, Imran Khan was arrested in the same case. Imran Khan's warrant was issued by NAB on May 1, which has the signature of NAB chairman.  NAB arrested Imran Khan under Section Nine A of National Accountability Ordinance 1999, Imran Khan was arrested by NAB while taking action under 34A, 18E, 24A.  Al Qadir University  Al-Qadir University under the auspices of Al-Qadir Trust has been established in Suhawa area of ​​Jhelum city of Punjab province, where according to a newspaper statement, both religious and secular education will be given and research will also be conducted on them.  Imran Khan said in a tweet that Al-Qadir University is a center of modern higher education according to Islamic principles.  In #AlQadir , whose vision is to become a center of higher education decorated with Islamic principles + modern subjects. In order to contribute to nation building, our renowned teachers with doctorate degrees equip deserving students from faraway places, who are otherwise deprived of quality higher education, with jewels of education pic . twitter.com/07ukMrnOFv  — Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) December 18, 2022 Talking to Independent Urdu Correspondent Sahrish Qureshi, the dean of this project, Dr. Zeeshan Ahmed, said: 'This project was a long-standing dream of Khan Sahib to build a university where Serat and Sufi education met with scientific studies. To be taught.  'This project is not only the dream of the Prime Minister but also very close to the heart of the First Lady.'            Demonstrations across Pakistan including Rawalpindi after Imran Khan's arrest, supporters enter army headquarters :   A images has surfaced of Imran Khan supporters from Pakistan entering the army headquarters, in which the protesters are seen opening the gates of the army headquarters and entering inside.  Pakistan : There has been an uproar in Pakistan after the arrest of Imran Khan. Imran supporters are continuously protesting in different parts of the country. In many places, this protest has turned violent. Large-scale sabotage, arson and uproar are taking place in Pakistan. Imran Khan was arrested by Pakistani Rangers, so the army is on the target of the people. Angry supporters of Imran Khan entered the Pakistan Army Headquarters in Rawalpindi. A images of him entering the army headquarters has also surfaced. In the images, his supporters are seen with sticks in their hands.   As soon as the news of Khan's arrest spread, large scale protests started in many cities of Pakistan. At many places, the protesters turned violent and set police vehicles on fire and damaged public property.   A images has surfaced of Imran Khan supporters from Pakistan entering the army headquarters, in which the protesters are seen opening the gates of the army headquarters and entering inside. Sticks and sticks are visible in the hands of the protesters. At the same time, the most surprising thing is that in this images, no security personnel is seen at the gate of the army headquarters.  Corps Commander's residence raided  In Lahore, a large number of PTI workers raided the Corps Commander's Lahore residence and broke the gate and window panes. The army personnel on duty there did not try to stop the angry protesters, who surrounded them and raised slogans against the PML-N-led government's 'masters' in the army. The protesters demonstrated in the cantonment area. Lahore was virtually cut off from the rest of the province due to protests on main roads, including entry and exit points.  Request to suspend internet-mobile services The  caretaker government of Punjab called in the Rangers and imposed Section 144 to control the law and order situation in the province. Under this, not more than five people can gather at one place. The Punjab government also requested the Telecom Authority of Pakistan to suspend internet and mobile services in areas of the province where violent protests have taken place.  Stones pelted at Home Minister's house  A large number of PTI workers also pelted stones at Home Minister Rana Sanaullah's residence in Faisalabad city. Similarly, protests were held in Multan, Jhang, Gujranwala, Sheikhupura, Kasur, Khanewal, Vehari, Gujranwala, Hafizabad and Gujarat cities.          Defaming Pakistan Army is your politics: Shehbaz Sharif  Prime Minister of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif has addressed the statement given by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan in response to ISPR and said that 'I have no doubt that your politics is based on blatant lies, lies and institutions. consists of brutal attacks.'  "Bending the Judiciary to your will and acting like the laws don't apply to you," the Prime Minister wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. Whatever I said about you in my tweet is proven by the facts of the last few years.  In the statement of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, he said that 'I have these questions for you:  First, it is in your politics to discredit the Pakistan Army as an institution after being ousted from power. Didn't you continuously slander the leadership of the army and intelligence agencies long before the Wazirabad attack?  'Secondly, apart from making threats and making baseless accusations on a daily basis, what legal recourse did you take? You rejected the federal government's offer of cooperation and boycotted legal proceedings. You were never interested in knowing the truth of this attack but used this reprehensible incident for petty political purposes.  'Thirdly, at whose behest was the campaign launched on social media against the martyrs of the armed forces after the helicopter crash? Which party belonged to the troll brigade that mocked the martyrs, a new decadence and unthinkable in our politics and culture? With these subversive/treasonous actions on your part, do we need an enemy?  'Fourth, who has described a political movement in religious terms using religion for political purposes, a cunning and selfish attempt to torture political opponents at the hands of your supporters? Didn't the leaders of your party condemn, justify and even celebrate the incident of harassment and intimidation of a government delegation including a woman minister in the courtyard of our beloved Prophet's Masjid, ignoring all principles of devotion and respect?  "It should be clear that as a former prime minister, who is currently facing a corruption case, you are claiming justification for overturning the legal and political system.  As far as the claim of Pakistan being a 'jungle' is concerned, I advise you not to go for it as the facts are often bitter and devastating. We should leave it for another day.'  Earlier,  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan said in response to the recent statement of Pakistan Army Public Relations Department ( ISPR ) that taking action against 'black sheep' and 'corrupt' people strengthens the institution.  While leaving Lahore for an appearance in Islamabad on Tuesday, Imran Khan said: 'ISPR has said that (I) insulted the institution, the army, took the name of an intelligence officer. '  At the same time PTI Chairman said: 'ISPR sir listen to me carefully. Respect is not only for one institution, respect should be for every citizen in the nation. At present I am the head of the largest party in the nation. The nation has known me for 50 years, I don't need to tell any lies to the nation.'  Referring to the attack during the rally in Wazirabad and the tension in the judicial complex in Islamabad, Imran Khan once again blamed the Pakistani army officer and said that the Wazirabad attack was 'sabotage of the JIT'. An attempt was made.  Addressing the ISPR, Imran Khan added: 'When an institution takes action against its black sheep, it improves its reputation, an institution that catches corrupt people, that institution becomes stronger. At Shaukat Khanum, when a doctor or any person does wrong, we take action against him and the reputation of the institution increases.'  The PTI chairman said: 'Have you made it to make the name bad if you take it? This is my army, my Pakistan, not just yours. We probably care more than you. These actions are that you close the mouth of anyone who criticizes, by this you are harming the institution.'  Referring to the appearance in Islamabad, Imran Khan said that there is no need to bring a large number of police and army there, if anyone has a warrant, bring the warrant directly to me. I am ready to go, there is no need to spend so much in Islamabad as if a big criminal is coming from this country. Please, don't do any such drama, give us a straight warrant, I have no case against me, but I am mentally ready to go to jail.'  According to Imran Khan: 'If Allah has written to take my life at their hands, then I am ready for that too, but my question is whether you people are ready, who have all five fingers in ghee, who are enjoying power. , who are making money.'  At the same time, he said: 'Perhaps not so many people will come out on the streets, but it may also be that the situation in Sri Lanka is worse than that in Pakistan today. You will be hard to save.  'You get ready, I'm ready too.'  In the end, the former prime minister said: 'If I have to live under these thieves, these fools, I pray to Allah to lift me up because I don't want to leave this country, but death is better than their slavery. .'  Imran Khan's allegations against army officer unacceptable: ISPR  Earlier on Monday, Pakistan Army said that Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has made irresponsible and baseless allegations against a senior serving army officer without any evidence.  A statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Monday said, "These allegations of extortion and malice are deeply regrettable and unacceptable."  "This series has been going on for the past one year where officers of the military and intelligence agencies are being targeted through incitement and sensationalist propaganda for political purposes," the statement said.   "We request the political leaders to take the legal route and stop making false allegations," the ISPR statement said.  "The institution reserves the right to take legal action against false, misleading statements and propaganda," the statement added.  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan recently accused a Pakistan Army officer of being involved in the attack on him.  Imran Niazi's act of routinely maligning and threatening Pakistan Army and Intelligence Agency for the sake of petty political gains is highly condemnable. His leveling of allegations without any proof against Gen Faisal Naseer and officers of our Intelligence Agnecy cannot be…  — Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) May 7, 2023 In this regard, Pakistan Prime Minister Shahaz Sharif said in a statement on Sunday that Imran Khan's continuous accusations against the Pakistan Army and intelligence institutions are highly condemnable.  The Prime Minister of Pakistan had said in a tweet that 'Imran Khan's accusation against Major General Faisal Naseer and the Intelligence Agency without any evidence cannot be allowed and will not be tolerated.'  Earlier, Pakistan Army Spokesman Major General Ahmed Sharif Chaudhry had said during a press conference last month regarding the criticism on social media that 'social media and media talk against Pakistan forces, institutions and their officials. Chat is not only irresponsible and unwise but also unconstitutional.'  He said, "We also understand that some people are doing this in a personal capacity, but there are also some personal and political motives behind it and in some cases, agencies abroad have also become their tools." have been.'

On May 9, 2023, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf chief Imran Khan was arrested from the Islamabad High Court premises while he was getting his biometrics done. 

According to the reports of Pakistan Television, Imran Khan was transferred to NAB Rawalpindi.

Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah while talking to the media in Islamabad shortly after the arrest of Imran Khan said that Imran Khan has been arrested in the Al-Qadir Trust case.

He said that the amount of 19 million pounds was 'the trust of the Pakistani people. The British government contacted the Pakistani government and made arrangements for this. He said that Shahzad Akbar facilitated in this regard, and the process of issuing a red notice against him has been initiated.

He asked, 'Tell me who built this university and where did the money come from?'

The interior minister said that 'NAB gave him a formal notice and proof that these are evidences and you should come and join the investigation. They did not appear and the court asked them to be included in the investigation, after which NAB had to arrest them.

'Donation' by Bahria Town

In July last year, Rana Sanaullah told a press conference in Islamabad with documents that private housing society Bahria Town donated 458 kanals of land to Al-Qadir Trust, and this trust is in the name of Imran Khan and his wife.

He had said that the agreement with the private housing society had the signatures of Prime Minister Imran Khan and the First Lady, and an inquiry committee had also been formed to investigate the matter.

The Home Minister said that Bahria Town signed a contract for 458 kanals of land, the value of which was stated in the documents at Rs 93 crore, while the actual price was five to 10 times more, according to him.

"This land was donated by Bahria Town and it is signed by the donor of Bahria Town on one side and by former First Lady Bushra Bibi on the other side.

"There are only two trustees of this valuable land transferred in the name of Al-Qadir Trust, in which the first is Bushra Khan and the second is the former prime minister."

Imran Khan's Special Assistant on Accountability, Barrister Shehzad Akbar, said that the British National Crime Agency received 190 million pounds from Malik Riaz in London as a result of a settlement, which was equivalent to approximately 60 billion rupees, to the state of Pakistan. transferred to

The current government says that the amount transferred by the former prime minister after approval from the cabinet was adjusted for the due payments of Malik Riaz instead of being deposited in the national treasury, while it is also being alleged that Imran Khan got the valuable property in his name with the help of Shahzad Akbar.

NAB action
NAB has issued several notices to Chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan and his former assistant Zulfi Bukhari while starting the proceedings on this matter.

NAB Rawalpindi had also issued a summons notice to Malik Riaz Hussain while the accountability agency is also investigating the alleged illegal adjustment against Shahzad Akbar and others.

NAB also sent notices to all members of Imran Khan's cabinet. While in this case, Faisal Vawda has appeared before NAB and recorded his statement.

NAB has also issued a notice to Imran Khan's advisor Zulfi Bukhari and inquired about this university, in response to which Zulfi Bukhari said that this is an act of revenge. I will not back down under any circumstances.'

He said that this university is playing a role for the promotion of Islamic education.

On May 9, 2023, Imran Khan was arrested in the same case. Imran Khan's warrant was issued by NAB on May 1, which has the signature of NAB chairman.

NAB arrested Imran Khan under Section Nine A of National Accountability Ordinance 1999, Imran Khan was arrested by NAB while taking action under 34A, 18E, 24A.

Al Qadir University

Al-Qadir University under the auspices of Al-Qadir Trust has been established in Suhawa area of ​​Jhelum city of Punjab province, where according to a newspaper statement, both religious and secular education will be given and research will also be conducted on them.

Imran Khan said in a tweet that Al-Qadir University is a center of modern higher education according to Islamic principles.

In #AlQadir , whose vision is to become a center of higher education decorated with Islamic principles + modern subjects. In order to contribute to nation building, our renowned teachers with doctorate degrees equip deserving students from faraway places, who are otherwise deprived of quality higher education, with jewels of education pic . twitter.com/07ukMrnOFv

— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) December 18, 2022
Talking to Independent Urdu Correspondent Sahrish Qureshi, the dean of this project, Dr. Zeeshan Ahmed, said: 'This project was a long-standing dream of Khan Sahib to build a university where Serat and Sufi education met with scientific studies. To be taught.

'This project is not only the dream of the Prime Minister but also very close to the heart of the First Lady.'





Pakistan : PTI Chairman Imran Khan has been arrested today by the National Accountability Bureau in the Al-Qadir Trust case, but is it the Al-Qadir Trust case? On May 9, 2023, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf chief Imran Khan was arrested from the Islamabad High Court premises while he was getting his biometrics done.   According to the reports of Pakistan Television, Imran Khan was transferred to NAB Rawalpindi.  Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah while talking to the media in Islamabad shortly after the arrest of Imran Khan said that Imran Khan has been arrested in the Al-Qadir Trust case.  He said that the amount of 19 million pounds was 'the trust of the Pakistani people. The British government contacted the Pakistani government and made arrangements for this. He said that Shahzad Akbar facilitated in this regard, and the process of issuing a red notice against him has been initiated.  He asked, 'Tell me who built this university and where did the money come from?'  The interior minister said that 'NAB gave him a formal notice and proof that these are evidences and you should come and join the investigation. They did not appear and the court asked them to be included in the investigation, after which NAB had to arrest them.  'Donation' by Bahria Town  In July last year, Rana Sanaullah told a press conference in Islamabad with documents that private housing society Bahria Town donated 458 kanals of land to Al-Qadir Trust, and this trust is in the name of Imran Khan and his wife.  He had said that the agreement with the private housing society had the signatures of Prime Minister Imran Khan and the First Lady, and an inquiry committee had also been formed to investigate the matter.  The Home Minister said that Bahria Town signed a contract for 458 kanals of land, the value of which was stated in the documents at Rs 93 crore, while the actual price was five to 10 times more, according to him.  "This land was donated by Bahria Town and it is signed by the donor of Bahria Town on one side and by former First Lady Bushra Bibi on the other side.  "There are only two trustees of this valuable land transferred in the name of Al-Qadir Trust, in which the first is Bushra Khan and the second is the former prime minister."  Imran Khan's Special Assistant on Accountability, Barrister Shehzad Akbar, said that the British National Crime Agency received 190 million pounds from Malik Riaz in London as a result of a settlement, which was equivalent to approximately 60 billion rupees, to the state of Pakistan. transferred to  The current government says that the amount transferred by the former prime minister after approval from the cabinet was adjusted for the due payments of Malik Riaz instead of being deposited in the national treasury, while it is also being alleged that Imran Khan got the valuable property in his name with the help of Shahzad Akbar.  NAB action NAB has issued several notices to Chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan and his former assistant Zulfi Bukhari while starting the proceedings on this matter.  NAB Rawalpindi had also issued a summons notice to Malik Riaz Hussain while the accountability agency is also investigating the alleged illegal adjustment against Shahzad Akbar and others.  NAB also sent notices to all members of Imran Khan's cabinet. While in this case, Faisal Vawda has appeared before NAB and recorded his statement.  NAB has also issued a notice to Imran Khan's advisor Zulfi Bukhari and inquired about this university, in response to which Zulfi Bukhari said that this is an act of revenge. I will not back down under any circumstances.'  He said that this university is playing a role for the promotion of Islamic education.  On May 9, 2023, Imran Khan was arrested in the same case. Imran Khan's warrant was issued by NAB on May 1, which has the signature of NAB chairman.  NAB arrested Imran Khan under Section Nine A of National Accountability Ordinance 1999, Imran Khan was arrested by NAB while taking action under 34A, 18E, 24A.  Al Qadir University  Al-Qadir University under the auspices of Al-Qadir Trust has been established in Suhawa area of ​​Jhelum city of Punjab province, where according to a newspaper statement, both religious and secular education will be given and research will also be conducted on them.  Imran Khan said in a tweet that Al-Qadir University is a center of modern higher education according to Islamic principles.  In #AlQadir , whose vision is to become a center of higher education decorated with Islamic principles + modern subjects. In order to contribute to nation building, our renowned teachers with doctorate degrees equip deserving students from faraway places, who are otherwise deprived of quality higher education, with jewels of education pic . twitter.com/07ukMrnOFv  — Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) December 18, 2022 Talking to Independent Urdu Correspondent Sahrish Qureshi, the dean of this project, Dr. Zeeshan Ahmed, said: 'This project was a long-standing dream of Khan Sahib to build a university where Serat and Sufi education met with scientific studies. To be taught.  'This project is not only the dream of the Prime Minister but also very close to the heart of the First Lady.'            Demonstrations across Pakistan including Rawalpindi after Imran Khan's arrest, supporters enter army headquarters :   A images has surfaced of Imran Khan supporters from Pakistan entering the army headquarters, in which the protesters are seen opening the gates of the army headquarters and entering inside.  Pakistan : There has been an uproar in Pakistan after the arrest of Imran Khan. Imran supporters are continuously protesting in different parts of the country. In many places, this protest has turned violent. Large-scale sabotage, arson and uproar are taking place in Pakistan. Imran Khan was arrested by Pakistani Rangers, so the army is on the target of the people. Angry supporters of Imran Khan entered the Pakistan Army Headquarters in Rawalpindi. A images of him entering the army headquarters has also surfaced. In the images, his supporters are seen with sticks in their hands.   As soon as the news of Khan's arrest spread, large scale protests started in many cities of Pakistan. At many places, the protesters turned violent and set police vehicles on fire and damaged public property.   A images has surfaced of Imran Khan supporters from Pakistan entering the army headquarters, in which the protesters are seen opening the gates of the army headquarters and entering inside. Sticks and sticks are visible in the hands of the protesters. At the same time, the most surprising thing is that in this images, no security personnel is seen at the gate of the army headquarters.  Corps Commander's residence raided  In Lahore, a large number of PTI workers raided the Corps Commander's Lahore residence and broke the gate and window panes. The army personnel on duty there did not try to stop the angry protesters, who surrounded them and raised slogans against the PML-N-led government's 'masters' in the army. The protesters demonstrated in the cantonment area. Lahore was virtually cut off from the rest of the province due to protests on main roads, including entry and exit points.  Request to suspend internet-mobile services The  caretaker government of Punjab called in the Rangers and imposed Section 144 to control the law and order situation in the province. Under this, not more than five people can gather at one place. The Punjab government also requested the Telecom Authority of Pakistan to suspend internet and mobile services in areas of the province where violent protests have taken place.  Stones pelted at Home Minister's house  A large number of PTI workers also pelted stones at Home Minister Rana Sanaullah's residence in Faisalabad city. Similarly, protests were held in Multan, Jhang, Gujranwala, Sheikhupura, Kasur, Khanewal, Vehari, Gujranwala, Hafizabad and Gujarat cities.          Defaming Pakistan Army is your politics: Shehbaz Sharif  Prime Minister of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif has addressed the statement given by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan in response to ISPR and said that 'I have no doubt that your politics is based on blatant lies, lies and institutions. consists of brutal attacks.'  "Bending the Judiciary to your will and acting like the laws don't apply to you," the Prime Minister wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. Whatever I said about you in my tweet is proven by the facts of the last few years.  In the statement of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, he said that 'I have these questions for you:  First, it is in your politics to discredit the Pakistan Army as an institution after being ousted from power. Didn't you continuously slander the leadership of the army and intelligence agencies long before the Wazirabad attack?  'Secondly, apart from making threats and making baseless accusations on a daily basis, what legal recourse did you take? You rejected the federal government's offer of cooperation and boycotted legal proceedings. You were never interested in knowing the truth of this attack but used this reprehensible incident for petty political purposes.  'Thirdly, at whose behest was the campaign launched on social media against the martyrs of the armed forces after the helicopter crash? Which party belonged to the troll brigade that mocked the martyrs, a new decadence and unthinkable in our politics and culture? With these subversive/treasonous actions on your part, do we need an enemy?  'Fourth, who has described a political movement in religious terms using religion for political purposes, a cunning and selfish attempt to torture political opponents at the hands of your supporters? Didn't the leaders of your party condemn, justify and even celebrate the incident of harassment and intimidation of a government delegation including a woman minister in the courtyard of our beloved Prophet's Masjid, ignoring all principles of devotion and respect?  "It should be clear that as a former prime minister, who is currently facing a corruption case, you are claiming justification for overturning the legal and political system.  As far as the claim of Pakistan being a 'jungle' is concerned, I advise you not to go for it as the facts are often bitter and devastating. We should leave it for another day.'  Earlier,  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan said in response to the recent statement of Pakistan Army Public Relations Department ( ISPR ) that taking action against 'black sheep' and 'corrupt' people strengthens the institution.  While leaving Lahore for an appearance in Islamabad on Tuesday, Imran Khan said: 'ISPR has said that (I) insulted the institution, the army, took the name of an intelligence officer. '  At the same time PTI Chairman said: 'ISPR sir listen to me carefully. Respect is not only for one institution, respect should be for every citizen in the nation. At present I am the head of the largest party in the nation. The nation has known me for 50 years, I don't need to tell any lies to the nation.'  Referring to the attack during the rally in Wazirabad and the tension in the judicial complex in Islamabad, Imran Khan once again blamed the Pakistani army officer and said that the Wazirabad attack was 'sabotage of the JIT'. An attempt was made.  Addressing the ISPR, Imran Khan added: 'When an institution takes action against its black sheep, it improves its reputation, an institution that catches corrupt people, that institution becomes stronger. At Shaukat Khanum, when a doctor or any person does wrong, we take action against him and the reputation of the institution increases.'  The PTI chairman said: 'Have you made it to make the name bad if you take it? This is my army, my Pakistan, not just yours. We probably care more than you. These actions are that you close the mouth of anyone who criticizes, by this you are harming the institution.'  Referring to the appearance in Islamabad, Imran Khan said that there is no need to bring a large number of police and army there, if anyone has a warrant, bring the warrant directly to me. I am ready to go, there is no need to spend so much in Islamabad as if a big criminal is coming from this country. Please, don't do any such drama, give us a straight warrant, I have no case against me, but I am mentally ready to go to jail.'  According to Imran Khan: 'If Allah has written to take my life at their hands, then I am ready for that too, but my question is whether you people are ready, who have all five fingers in ghee, who are enjoying power. , who are making money.'  At the same time, he said: 'Perhaps not so many people will come out on the streets, but it may also be that the situation in Sri Lanka is worse than that in Pakistan today. You will be hard to save.  'You get ready, I'm ready too.'  In the end, the former prime minister said: 'If I have to live under these thieves, these fools, I pray to Allah to lift me up because I don't want to leave this country, but death is better than their slavery. .'  Imran Khan's allegations against army officer unacceptable: ISPR  Earlier on Monday, Pakistan Army said that Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has made irresponsible and baseless allegations against a senior serving army officer without any evidence.  A statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Monday said, "These allegations of extortion and malice are deeply regrettable and unacceptable."  "This series has been going on for the past one year where officers of the military and intelligence agencies are being targeted through incitement and sensationalist propaganda for political purposes," the statement said.   "We request the political leaders to take the legal route and stop making false allegations," the ISPR statement said.  "The institution reserves the right to take legal action against false, misleading statements and propaganda," the statement added.  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan recently accused a Pakistan Army officer of being involved in the attack on him.  Imran Niazi's act of routinely maligning and threatening Pakistan Army and Intelligence Agency for the sake of petty political gains is highly condemnable. His leveling of allegations without any proof against Gen Faisal Naseer and officers of our Intelligence Agnecy cannot be…  — Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) May 7, 2023 In this regard, Pakistan Prime Minister Shahaz Sharif said in a statement on Sunday that Imran Khan's continuous accusations against the Pakistan Army and intelligence institutions are highly condemnable.  The Prime Minister of Pakistan had said in a tweet that 'Imran Khan's accusation against Major General Faisal Naseer and the Intelligence Agency without any evidence cannot be allowed and will not be tolerated.'  Earlier, Pakistan Army Spokesman Major General Ahmed Sharif Chaudhry had said during a press conference last month regarding the criticism on social media that 'social media and media talk against Pakistan forces, institutions and their officials. Chat is not only irresponsible and unwise but also unconstitutional.'  He said, "We also understand that some people are doing this in a personal capacity, but there are also some personal and political motives behind it and in some cases, agencies abroad have also become their tools." have been.'

Demonstrations across Pakistan including Rawalpindi after Imran Khan's arrest, supporters enter army headquarters : Source


A images has surfaced of Imran Khan supporters from Pakistan entering the army headquarters, in which the protesters are seen opening the gates of the army headquarters and entering inside.

Pakistan : There has been an uproar in Pakistan after the arrest of Imran Khan. Imran supporters are continuously protesting in different parts of the country. In many places, this protest has turned violent. Large-scale sabotage, arson and uproar are taking place in Pakistan. Imran Khan was arrested by Pakistani Rangers, so the army is on the target of the people. Angry supporters of Imran Khan entered the Pakistan Army Headquarters in Rawalpindi. A images of him entering the army headquarters has also surfaced. In the images, his supporters are seen with sticks in their hands. 

As soon as the news of Khan's arrest spread, large scale protests started in many cities of Pakistan. At many places, the protesters turned violent and set police vehicles on fire and damaged public property. 

A images has surfaced of Imran Khan supporters from Pakistan entering the army headquarters, in which the protesters are seen opening the gates of the army headquarters and entering inside. Sticks and sticks are visible in the hands of the protesters. At the same time, the most surprising thing is that in this images, no security personnel is seen at the gate of the army headquarters.

Corps Commander's residence raided 
In Lahore, a large number of PTI workers raided the Corps Commander's Lahore residence and broke the gate and window panes. The army personnel on duty there did not try to stop the angry protesters, who surrounded them and raised slogans against the PML-N-led government's 'masters' in the army. The protesters demonstrated in the cantonment area. Lahore was virtually cut off from the rest of the province due to protests on main roads, including entry and exit points.

Request to suspend internet-mobile services The 
caretaker government of Punjab called in the Rangers and imposed Section 144 to control the law and order situation in the province. Under this, not more than five people can gather at one place. The Punjab government also requested the Telecom Authority of Pakistan to suspend internet and mobile services in areas of the province where violent protests have taken place.

Stones pelted at Home Minister's house 
A large number of PTI workers also pelted stones at Home Minister Rana Sanaullah's residence in Faisalabad city. Similarly, protests were held in Multan, Jhang, Gujranwala, Sheikhupura, Kasur, Khanewal, Vehari, Gujranwala, Hafizabad and Gujarat cities. 


Defaming Pakistan Army is your politics: Shehbaz Sharif

Prime Minister of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif has addressed the statement given by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan in response to ISPR and said that 'I have no doubt that your politics is based on blatant lies, lies and institutions. consists of brutal attacks.'

"Bending the Judiciary to your will and acting like the laws don't apply to you," the Prime Minister wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. Whatever I said about you in my tweet is proven by the facts of the last few years.

In the statement of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, he said that 'I have these questions for you:

First, it is in your politics to discredit the Pakistan Army as an institution after being ousted from power. Didn't you continuously slander the leadership of the army and intelligence agencies long before the Wazirabad attack?

'Secondly, apart from making threats and making baseless accusations on a daily basis, what legal recourse did you take? You rejected the federal government's offer of cooperation and boycotted legal proceedings. You were never interested in knowing the truth of this attack but used this reprehensible incident for petty political purposes.

'Thirdly, at whose behest was the campaign launched on social media against the martyrs of the armed forces after the helicopter crash? Which party belonged to the troll brigade that mocked the martyrs, a new decadence and unthinkable in our politics and culture? With these subversive/treasonous actions on your part, do we need an enemy?

'Fourth, who has described a political movement in religious terms using religion for political purposes, a cunning and selfish attempt to torture political opponents at the hands of your supporters? Didn't the leaders of your party condemn, justify and even celebrate the incident of harassment and intimidation of a government delegation including a woman minister in the courtyard of our beloved Prophet's Masjid, ignoring all principles of devotion and respect?

"It should be clear that as a former prime minister, who is currently facing a corruption case, you are claiming justification for overturning the legal and political system.

As far as the claim of Pakistan being a 'jungle' is concerned, I advise you not to go for it as the facts are often bitter and devastating. We should leave it for another day.'

Earlier,  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan said in response to the recent statement of Pakistan Army Public Relations Department ( ISPR ) that taking action against 'black sheep' and 'corrupt' people strengthens the institution.

While leaving Lahore for an appearance in Islamabad on Tuesday, Imran Khan said: 'ISPR has said that (I) insulted the institution, the army, took the name of an intelligence officer. '

At the same time PTI Chairman said: 'ISPR sir listen to me carefully. Respect is not only for one institution, respect should be for every citizen in the nation. At present I am the head of the largest party in the nation. The nation has known me for 50 years, I don't need to tell any lies to the nation.'

Referring to the attack during the rally in Wazirabad and the tension in the judicial complex in Islamabad, Imran Khan once again blamed the Pakistani army officer and said that the Wazirabad attack was 'sabotage of the JIT'. An attempt was made.

Addressing the ISPR, Imran Khan added: 'When an institution takes action against its black sheep, it improves its reputation, an institution that catches corrupt people, that institution becomes stronger. At Shaukat Khanum, when a doctor or any person does wrong, we take action against him and the reputation of the institution increases.'

The PTI chairman said: 'Have you made it to make the name bad if you take it? This is my army, my Pakistan, not just yours. We probably care more than you. These actions are that you close the mouth of anyone who criticizes, by this you are harming the institution.'

Referring to the appearance in Islamabad, Imran Khan said that there is no need to bring a large number of police and army there, if anyone has a warrant, bring the warrant directly to me. I am ready to go, there is no need to spend so much in Islamabad as if a big criminal is coming from this country. Please, don't do any such drama, give us a straight warrant, I have no case against me, but I am mentally ready to go to jail.'

According to Imran Khan: 'If Allah has written to take my life at their hands, then I am ready for that too, but my question is whether you people are ready, who have all five fingers in ghee, who are enjoying power. , who are making money.'

At the same time, he said: 'Perhaps not so many people will come out on the streets, but it may also be that the situation in Sri Lanka is worse than that in Pakistan today. You will be hard to save.

'You get ready, I'm ready too.'

In the end, the former prime minister said: 'If I have to live under these thieves, these fools, I pray to Allah to lift me up because I don't want to leave this country, but death is better than their slavery. .'

Imran Khan's allegations against army officer unacceptable: ISPR

Earlier on Monday, Pakistan Army said that Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has made irresponsible and baseless allegations against a senior serving army officer without any evidence.

A statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Monday said, "These allegations of extortion and malice are deeply regrettable and unacceptable."

"This series has been going on for the past one year where officers of the military and intelligence agencies are being targeted through incitement and sensationalist propaganda for political purposes," the statement said.

 "We request the political leaders to take the legal route and stop making false allegations," the ISPR statement said.

"The institution reserves the right to take legal action against false, misleading statements and propaganda," the statement added.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan recently accused a Pakistan Army officer of being involved in the attack on him.

Imran Niazi's act of routinely maligning and threatening Pakistan Army and Intelligence Agency for the sake of petty political gains is highly condemnable. His leveling of allegations without any proof against Gen Faisal Naseer and officers of our Intelligence Agnecy cannot be…

— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) May 7, 2023
In this regard, Pakistan Prime Minister Shahaz Sharif said in a statement on Sunday that Imran Khan's continuous accusations against the Pakistan Army and intelligence institutions are highly condemnable.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan had said in a tweet that 'Imran Khan's accusation against Major General Faisal Naseer and the Intelligence Agency without any evidence cannot be allowed and will not be tolerated.'

Earlier, Pakistan Army Spokesman Major General Ahmed Sharif Chaudhry had said during a press conference last month regarding the criticism on social media that 'social media and media talk against Pakistan forces, institutions and their officials. Chat is not only irresponsible and unwise but also unconstitutional.'

He said, "We also understand that some people are doing this in a personal capacity, but there are also some personal and political motives behind it and in some cases, agencies abroad have also become their tools." have been.'

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