Imran Khan’s allegation, ‘Death trap was laid in the court’

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Imran Khan's allegation, 'Death trap was laid in the court'
Imran Khan's allegation, 'Death trap was laid in the court'
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Imran Khan's allegation, 'Death trap was laid in the court'
Imran Khan’s allegation, ‘Death trap was laid in the court’

Former Pakistan Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan in a press conference alleged that some people wanted to kill him in the court premises. However, he did not name anyone.

The press conference held on Monday was named ‘death trap laid in the court premises’

Imran Khan said, “While leaving home on Saturday, I called my wife Bushra Bibi because I was afraid that I would either be arrested or killed.”

He alleged that when he reached the court, apart from the security forces, many people wearing salwar kameez were present in the premises. He alleged that the police manhandled his lawyer. He alleged that Punjab CM Moshin Naqvi wanted to kill him.

He said that elections are going to be held from April 30 but the atmosphere of elections is not being allowed to be created in the country.

He said, “Tehreek-e-Insaf wants elections, not uproar in the country.”

Earlier, the National Accountability Bureau of Pakistan sent summons to Imran Khan’s wife Bushra Bibi in the Toshakhana case. She has been asked to answer 15 questions.

Toshakhana is a government department in Pakistan where valuable gifts received by the Prime Minister, President or other senior officials during a visit are kept. These gifts usually include expensive watches, gold and diamond jewelry, expensive jewelry, souvenirs, diamond-studded pens, crockery, and carpets.

There is an allegation against Imran Khan that he had bought some gifts of Toshakhana by paying only 20 percent and some by paying 50 percent and sold them at an expensive price.