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PTI announces to challenge Cipher Case verdict, urges supporters to stay calm

In the wake of a special court’s verdict under the Official Secrets Act, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) top leadership has vehemently rejected the decision that sentenced former Prime Minister Imran Khan and ex-Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi to 10 years in jail in the cipher case.

Barrister Gohar Ali Khan, a central leader of Tehreek-e-Insaf, addressed the media, calling on PTI supporters to exercise restraint and avoid expressing anger. He declared that PTI would challenge the Cipher case trial in court, expressing hope for the annulment of the punishment meted out to PTI founder Imran Khan.

Omer Ayub Khan, a stalwart of PTI, took to social media to reject the verdict, attributing political motives to the decision. In a statement, he urged PTI members and the Pakistani public to remain calm, characterizing the court’s decision as that of a “kangaroo court” against PM Imran Khan and Vice Chairman Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

Omer Ayub Khan urged PTI supporters to focus on the forthcoming electoral proceedings, stressing the importance of achieving a substantial voter turnout. He called upon PTI members to assemble on February 8, 2024, and participate in voting for the candidates endorsed by PM Imran Khan. These nominees’ details have been shared on PTI’s official website and across its various social media platforms.

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