Imran Khan News: Imran Khan is in jail in more than 100 cases including corruption. There are so many cases against him that sometimes the date of some case gets extended and sometimes he gets relief in some case. Meanwhile, a senior minister of Pakistan has made a big claim about Imran Khan. Describing former Pakistan PM Imran Khan as ‘the darling of the court’, he has said that Imran gets such luxury facilities in jail, which a common man cannot even imagine.
Pakistan’s acting Home Minister Sarfaraz Ahmed Bugti said that the facilities being given to former Prime Minister Imran Khan were not given to any Prime Minister in jail and a common citizen cannot even imagine them. Khan, 71, chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, is currently lodged in Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail.
‘Khan is getting more facilities than ordinary prisoners’
He was arrested for allegedly leaking confidential diplomatic information. In an interview to ‘Independent Urdu’ newspaper, Bugti said, ‘The facilities being given to Khan are more than the facilities given to ordinary prisoners or any Prime Minister in jail, because he is the darling of the courts.’ He said that former Chief Justice Omar Ata Bandial had said when Khan came to the court, ‘Nice to see you.’ Bugti said that such incidents strengthen his point. He said, ‘We badly need judicial reforms here.’
Crackdown on Imran, going abroad will be very difficult
Meanwhile, the interim government of Pakistan has played such a ‘game’ that former Pakistan PM Imran Khan cannot go abroad. The government itself has spoken about this. Pakistan’s interim government on Wednesday recommended including the names of former Prime Minister Imran Khan and 28 others in the ‘Exit Control List’ (ECL). So that they can be prevented from fleeing the country. The government has made this recommendation citing his alleged involvement in a corruption case. A leading newspaper of the country has reported in its report that a sub-committee of the Federal Cabinet has recommended placing the names of PTI party chief Imran Khan and 28 others in the ECL in the Al-Qadir Trust case.
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