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Bushra Pirni denies deal for house arrest in Bani Gala instead of staying in Adiala Jail

ISLAMABAD: Bushra Bibi, the spouse of former PTI chairman Imran Khan, chose to break her silence during a conversation with journalists in Adiala Jail following the hearing of the case related to an alleged illegal marriage.

With a resolute demeanor, Bushra Bibi declared, “If I have been sent to Bani Gala as part of a deal, annul the deal and incarcerate me.” Expressing suspicion, she remarked, “I sense that this is all orchestrated to demean me.”

Asserting the restrictive conditions she is facing, Bushra Bibi lamented, “My residence has been transformed into a prison, not a hotel.” Defending her integrity, she stated, “We are not cowards; we are honest individuals who have committed no wrongdoing in life.”

Providing insights into her situation, the former first lady remarked, “A person has willingly come to jail for self-arrest, and one can only wonder what transpires.” Describing her home’s conversion into what she perceives as a jail, she emphasized, “Our faith is unwavering, and we stand here because of our faith.”

Recalling her journey to Adiala Jail, Bushra Bibi disclosed the confusion surrounding her circumstances, stating, “I was informed that I was being taken to a small rest house.” Despite acknowledging the involvement of various individuals in negotiations, she asserted, “I am not a feeble woman.”

Addressing the accusations against her, Bushra Bibi vehemently stated, “Unfounded allegations have been hurled at me.”

She condemned actions aimed at tarnishing the reputation of the party’s founder and undermining its morale.

Concluding her remarks with a reference to religious teachings, she quoted, “In the Holy Qur’an, Allah detests the hypocrite and the devil. Virtue does not reside solely in outward appearances like beards and veils.”

Bushra Bibi’s candid statements provide a glimpse into her perspective amidst the legal and public scrutiny.

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