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Omar Ayub Alleges PTI Leaders Barred from Meeting Imran Khan

On Thursday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Omar Ayub Khan raised serious concerns about the denial of access to party leaders scheduled to meet with imprisoned Prime Minister Imran Khan, an action allegedly taken in defiance of court orders. Speaking outside Adiala Jail, where Imran Khan is currently detained, Ayub explicitly pointed fingers at jail superintendent Asad Warraich, accusing him of obstructing their planned meeting.

Ayub underscored the significance of upholding the rule of law in a nation, stressing that the actions of public servants, such as denying access against court directives, undermine the very foundation of justice. The PTI leader questioned the legitimacy of Shehbaz Sharif’s claims regarding the rule of law within the National Assembly, particularly in the context of being denied a meeting with their party’s leader.

In response to these challenges, Omar Ayub Khan announced the PTI’s intention to table a resolution in the National Assembly addressing the issue at hand. Asad Qaiser, another prominent PTI figure, weighed in on the situation, alleging that the denial of the meeting was part of a larger strategy aimed at fostering discontent within the PTI ranks. Qaiser went on to reveal plans for the PTI to forge a ‘grand alliance’ with other political parties, uniting against perceived election rigging.

Imran Khan has been incarcerated in Adiala Jail since August 5 of the previous year, having received sentences in multiple cases, including those related to an illegal nikah, cipher, and Toshakhana. Notably, Khan has not been seen outside the confines of the jail since his arrest, with all court hearings conducted within the jail premises. The unfolding developments within the PTI not only underscore the challenges facing the party but also shed light on broader issues surrounding rule of law and political maneuvering in Pakistan.

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