Imran Khan refers to the allegations made by Rana Sanaullah as a “cover-up” of the mistreatment of women in prisons.He [Sanauallah] is so obviously trying to cover up and preempt the horror stories about to break in the media,” the head of the PTI said regarding Sanauallah’s actions.A few hours after Pakistan’s Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah accused the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) of plotting new conspiracies at a press conference, PTI leader Imran Khan accused the coalition government of “covering up” the persecution of women who were detained.”He [Sanauallah] is so obviously trying to cover up and preempt the horror stories about to break in the media,” the former prime minister wrote taking to his Twitter account.
Sanauallahis so obviously trying to cover up and preempt the horror stories about to break in the media.”During a news conference that took place after midnight, Sanaullah made the claim that intelligence services had overheard a conversation that indicated the PTI was planning two distinct activities, which he referred to as “dramas.”The minister stated, without providing any other information, that the intercept suggested the Khan-led party was plotting some action at a specific residence. The minister did not disclose any additional information regarding this claim.In addition to this, he asserted that the intercepted communications provided evidence that a “rape act” would be carried out and the perpetrators would blame law enforcement.
“It was thought that perhaps this drama would be unfolded [tonight], so it was decided to inform the nation of these fiendish designs,” he alleged. “It was thought that perhaps this drama would be unfolded [tonight].”Khan, in response to his press conference, stated that Sanaullah is “so obviously trying to cover up and preempt the horror stories about to break in the media.” Khan was commenting on Sanaullah’s actions.”This press conference from this certified criminal should remove all such doubts,” he said on Twitter. “If there were any doubts about women being mistreated in jails, this press conference from this certified criminal should remove all such doubts.”
4. PTI leaders
The former cricketer turned politician bemoaned the fact that women had never been treated in such a deplorable manner and “harassed by the state as they have been by this fascist govt” when they were merely expressing their constitutionally protected right to demonstrate in a peaceful manner.After Khan’s brief arrest earlier this month, days of street protests broke out, which led to the PTI leaders fleeing the country. This came after attacks on civil and military institutions, such as the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi and the Lahore Corps Commander’s House (also known as Jinnah House). This led to the security forces launching a crackdown against the party, which led to the PTI leaders fleeing.
5. mayhem on May 9
Following the mayhem on May 9, more than 70 lawyers and leaders have separated themselves from the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), including Fawad Chaudhry, Shireen Mazari, Ali Zaidi, Imran Ismail, Aamir Mehmood Kiani, Malik Amin Aslam, Mahmood Moulvi, Maleeka Bokhari, Mussarrat, and Jamshed Cheema, amongst others.Khan expressed his displeasure with the raids that were conducted at the residences of Omar Ayub and Shahzad Akbar in a separate tweet.
Today, we are living in the dark ages because the Constitution is being violated, court decisions are being openly disregarded, residences are being broken into without a warrant and trashed, the media is being silenced, and there is no one to preserve our fundamental rights,” he wrote.
Since the start of the crackdown, Khan has not stopped criticising the government for violating the rights of humans, in particular the rights of women. Earlier, he acknowledged the way Pakistani women stood up for Haqeeqi Azadi and remarked that it will be remembered. This acknowledgement was made in a tweet.Also something that will never be forgotten is the cruelty of our security forces and the blatant way in which they went out of their way to mistreat, wound, and humiliate our ladies. These things will never be forgotten.
Hundreds of people are currently being held in deplorable conditions inside of a jail. This, too, will not pass into oblivion,” he wrote.