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Imran Khan Urges Inclusion Of Nawaz Sharif On ECL

Imran Khan Urges Inclusion Of Nawaz Sharif On ECL

RAWALPINDI – Imran Khan, Pakistan’s former Prime Minister, who has been incarcerated since August of the previous year, continues to launch verbal attacks against his rivals, primarily targeting the PML-N and the establishment.

While facing one of the darkest periods in his political career, the imprisoned leader has recently brought up the name of PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif, suggesting that Sharif be placed on the Exit Control List (ECL) until the upcoming elections, foreseeing Sharif’s potential departure to London.

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Addressing journalists at Adiala Jail, the former premier made a startling statement, viewing February 8 as a significant day for other political figures. Khan quoted verses from the Holy Quran, emphasizing the repercussions for societies deviating from the principles of good and evil. He highlighted the Quranic mention of hypocrites aligning with evil forces and opposing good, emphasizing the importance of adhering to righteous principles.

The ex-cricket star once again advocated for his party members who are facing removal from PTI, expressing his dismay over the verdict on the bat electoral symbol and questioning the fairness of the playing field.

Imran Khan appealed to the Supreme Court, urging it to investigate human rights violations, particularly the registration of FIRs against PTI members ahead of election campaigns. The outspoken politician reiterated his unwavering determination to fight for freedom, vehemently opposing the idea of accepting any form of servitude.

Imran Khan’s statements from Adiala Jail underscore the intense political atmosphere and the challenges faced by PTI members. His references to Nawaz Sharif and the political landscape leading up to the elections reflect the heightened tensions and rivalries within Pakistani politics. The calls for human rights scrutiny and a level playing field indicate the broader concerns about the fairness and transparency of the political process.