Pakistan News: Imran Khan calls himself ‘very dangerous’ amid terrorism charges
This threat from Pakistani President Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, came as he addressed the media outside the Islamabad Anti-Terrorism Court, where he was present, about the extension of his bail before the arrest that the court granted until September 1st.
“I am very dangerous,” Imran Khan said, The New International reported. Although he commented furiously on the troubled situation, Imran Khan avoided answering many questions posed by reporters.
PTI President Imran Khan said people making decisions or finalizing them should be thinking of the country. A terrorism case has been filed against Imran Khan for making threatening remarks towards a female judge of the extra sessions.
The court accepted pre-arrest bail until September 1 against bonds worth Rs 100,000. The head of the PTI had moved his bail request through his lawyer, Dr. Babar Awan, and Ali Bukhari, lawyer.
When reporters pointed out that Imran Khan had made a statement about the situation, Imran said only one sentence: “I am very dangerous.
Then he said, “They are trying to arrest the leader of the biggest party in the country in this case. He claimed that Pakistan was being mocked around the world at that time. He accused the government of trying to score a “technical knockout” against him.
Meanwhile, police on Thursday filed a terrorism case against Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah after threatening government officials with killing their children and saying the Pakistani court and justice system would not help them.
The case was filed by a citizen at Gujrat Industrial Zone Police Station. Police registered a case of terrorism and interference in government affairs against Sanaullah, Geo News reported.
According to the First Information Report (FIR), the Home Minister threatened government officials with killing their children and said that the Pakistani court and justice system would not help them.
FIR added that Sanaullah said they [government] will surround the judges who will promote PTI’s agenda, Geo News reported.
“Rana Sanaullah’s statement was to terrorize the Judiciary, the Chief Secretary and other government officials and not let them do their jobs so that they would be unable to fulfill their judicial commitments,” the report said citing an old video of the head of the PML-N.
The FIR mentioned that the minister’s statement sowed fear and terror among the judiciary, authorities, police, bureaucracy and the nation, Geo News reported. that the Home Secretary will soon be arrested, Geo News reported.
“You are making fake case against Imran Khan, now the nation of Pakistan has made a real case against you,” he wrote on Twitter.
The PML-Q was referring to the case filed against President of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan last week for threatening an Extra Sessions Judge and senior Islamabad police officers at a rally in the F-9 of the Federal Capital. To park.
The FIR had claimed that Khan had threatened Extra Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry and police officers to “terrorize” law enforcement and the judiciary, after which the arrest warrants for the PTI chief were issued.