Former PM of Pakistan Imran KhanImage Credit source: TV9 Graphics
Islamabad: There is a situation of political crisis in Pakistan. of Pakistan former prime minister imran khan But the Shehbaz Sharif government and the Pakistan Army are continuously tightening their noose, and now Imran and many of his supporters have been put on the ‘no fly list’. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s Minister of State for Social Security Faisal Karim Kundi claimed that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran in America soon political asylum going to ask.
Faisal Karim Kundi, leader of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and a minister in the Sharif government, said on Thursday, “I am going to give you important news which I have received through my sources. Imran is going to apply for political asylum in America soon.
Kundi further said, “Soon, we will see news on our TV channels that Imran Khan has applied for political asylum in the US.” He said, “I want the American MPs to ask Imran questions about the pending cases against him in America and Britain. This is the reason why he is not able to go to Britain while he is trying to escape to America.
Imran Khan is going to apply for political asylum in America very soon, Faisal Karim Kandi pic.twitter.com/tJl0hkMOFe
— Geo News Urdu (@geonews_urdu) May 25, 2023
However, there is news that Imran, his wife Bushra Begum and about 80 party workers have been put on the ‘no fly list’ to prevent them from going abroad. This means that these people will not be able to run away even after leaving the country.
After the arrest of Imran Khan on May 9, the workers of his party PTI created a lot of uproar in many parts of the country. The protesters set fire to several important military establishments including the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi and destroyed it. The army termed this day as “Black Day”. Due to this, there was a lot of grit to the Pak Army, after this, now swift action is being taken against Imran’s party.
Violent protests followed the detention of several party leaders and thousands of workers by the government, with the Pakistan Army insisting that protesters involved in attacks on military installations would be punished under the Pakistan Army Act and official Cases should be run under the Pakistan Army Act and the Official Secrets Act.
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Imran Khan’s close aide Asad Umar has tendered his resignation from the party’s general secretary and posts, citing the current situation amid crackdown against PTI after violent protests. Along with this, many other party leaders and MPs including Shireen Mazari, Amir Mehmood Kiyani, Mehmood Maulvi and Fayazul Hasan Chauhan have publicly condemned the May 9 attacks and even announced to leave the party in protest.
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On the other hand, Defense Minister Khawaja Asif says that the federal government is considering banning Imran Khan’s party because of evidence that the party’s supporters have vandalized public properties and military installations as per a pre-determined plan. made attacks.