PTI Urges Supreme Court to Take Notice of Muhammad Zubair’s Explosive Interview

News Desk1 week ago

Speaking during the “Off the Record” show on ARY News, Muhammad Zubair—who left the PML-N—adsisted that Nawaz Sharif and Gen (retd) Qamar Bajwa had even had a few meetings in London.

PTI spokesman Raoof Hasan mentioned in a press conference that Zubair claimed in an interview that Bajwa plotted to topple the PTI government.
According to Hasan, Zubair’s allegations are significant and call for the Supreme Court’s consideration. He urged the SC to consider Zubair’s interview suo motu, saying that the collapse of the Imran Khan-led government has put a gang of criminals on the nation.

Additionally, he attacked Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal’s remarks, calling them reckless and calculated to sow discord. PTI founder Imran Khan was to remain incarcerated for the stability of the nation, according to Ahsan Iqbal’s demands.

Along with this, the PTI spokesperson said that although certain elements are attempting to sow discord, friendly nations are advising Pakistan to maintain political stability.

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Hasan also criticized the Punjab government’s actions, calling them the first instance of fascism in Pakistan. He insisted that justice be done and that the Supreme Court take notice of these problems.

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