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MPs are pleading for justice in Pakistan, the MP of Imran’s party alleges – the army took off clothes, beat them

Islamabad: An MP of former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Tuesday alleged that he was “tortured in custody” by the army and Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) officials. Member of Parliament (Senator) Azam Khan Swati (74) requested the Army Chief and Chief Justice to investigate the incident so that people do not face such incidents in future.

Swati was arrested by the FIA ​​last month after she posted an anti-Army tweet. He was later released on bail. But he has alleged that he was tortured in custody and stripped. Addressing a press conference here, the senator not only reiterated his charges against two army officers for their alleged role in the incident, but also named the FIA ​​official.
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Waving a copy of the Constitution, he said that this book does not apply to at least one thousand people. Talking about Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s retirement this month, Swati said, “You have only 27 days left. You follow the constitution and call Ayaz, the FIA’s assistant director of cybercrime.”
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He said the FIA ​​officer was driving the vehicle that took him to an undisclosed location and was a witness to the torture. “They kept beating me all the way and while I was screaming, a man started making videos,” the senator alleged. He said there should be an inquiry as to who was making fun of him when he was being stripped. He thanked the CJI for referring his case to the human rights cell of the court but demanded that justice should be done.



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