Pakistan a ‘laughing stock’ due to terror case against me, says Imran Khan

Pakistan a 'laughing stock' due to terror case against me, says Imran Khan

Pakistan a ‘laughing stock’ due to terror case against me, says Imran Khan

Case against me has become an international story and it seemed that Pakistan is a banana republic, says Imran

ISLAMABAD Lashing out at the coalition government over lodging a terrorism case against him, PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday said that Pakistan has come a laughing stock each over the world and captions are published in transnational media.

Speaking outside the Federal Judicial Academy in Islamabad after appearing before ananti-terrorism case, Imran Khan said, “ When I raised my voice against the sexual abuse of Shahbaz Gill and said that I’ll take legal action, a terror case was filed against me. ”

The justice, he claimed, despite knowing that Gill was tortured in guardianship again handed over him to the police.

” The case against me has come an transnational story and it sounded that Pakistan is a banana democracy.”
His statement comes as a couple of US media outlets published stories and filmland of him opining on the terror case filed against him.


4 Cases against Imran Khan

“ Whoever is making these opinions or should suppose of the country, ” Imran Khan said, adding they’re trying to arrest the leader of the biggest party in this case.
“ They’re hysterical of the power of Tehreek-e-Insaf, there haven’t been similar big rallies in the history of Pakistan, ” he said.

Imran Khan doing specialized knockouts out of fear to save himself, this is making fun of Pakistan.
The PTI president said that they( coalition government) are trying to knock him out on specialized grounds due to the fear of the PTI’s fashionability.

Bail granted in terror case

Before, the PTI president was grantedpre-arrest bail by the ATC in a terrorism case filed against him for hanging elderly police officers and a judge in a public rally till September 1.

On August 21, a first information report( FIR) was registered against Imran Khan under theAnti-Terrorism Act for hanging an fresh sessions judge and elderly police officers of the Islamabad Police at a rally in the civil capital’s F- 9 Demesne on August 20.
The PTI president appeared in person before the court where ATC judge Raja Jawwad Abbas heard his plea.

nominating the terrorism case against Imran Khan “ political victimization ”, his counsels Babar Awan and Muhammad Ali Bukhari have filed a solicitation in the ATC seeking their customer’spre-arrest bail.

After hearing arguments, the ATC judge granted Imran Khan interim bail till September 1 against Rs100,000 surety bond. The court also issued notices to the police and the complainant in the case.