Imran Khan accuser faces fire of tribesmen

Aug 07, 2017, 00:57
Imran Khan accuser faces fire of tribesmen

The resolution read, "Imran Khan behaved immorally with member National Assembly Ayesha Gulalai and the courageous people of our tribal areas which damaged the respect of the people of this province".

The accusations come days after Pakistan's Supreme Court disqualified Khan's long-time political rival Sharif for lying on a wealth declaration.

Speaking on the matter, Prime Minister Khaqan Abbasi said it affected the integrity of the house and the issue of harassment should be taken seriously.

In an explosive presser on Tuesday, Gulalai claimed that the culture being promoted by certain party leaders was not in line with Pakthtun cultural values.

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"In our society, it is common that a victim is targeted, always, and if you're a woman you hardly find anyone to stand by you", she said in a telephone interview on Thursday.

Gulalai has not publicly released any of the alleged text messages, prompting Khan's supporters to allege that the case is politically motivated.

"At least mobile phones of Ayesha and her father should be examined which will lead to phones of Ameer Muqam and KP Governor Zafar Iqbal Jhagra", Khan stated.

Meanwhile, a Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf worker has approached a police station in Peshawar to invoke section 499/500 of Pakistan Penal code to register an FIR against MNA Ayesha Gulalai for defaming the party and its chairman, Imran Khan.

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She said that she went along with her father and brother to meet Imran, which irked him.

Gulalai also said PTI spokesperson Naeem-ul-Haque had also sent her a text message.

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