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PTI creates a committee to remove “false” Azadi March cases

PTI general secretary Asad Umar on Wednesday announced that an “Anti Victimisation and Accountability Committee” has been formed in Punjab to get all the cases — filed in connection with the party’s “Azadi March” on May 25 — withdrawn through a legal process.

Taking to Twitter, Umar said that the committee “will collect the details of all the fake cases registered against PTI members in Punjab and take legal steps to have them withdrawn.”

Umer wrote, “No one should think that we have forgotten May 25 [because] we haven’t nor will let [anyone] forget. A committee is being formed which will get all the fake cases withdrawn legally and take action as per the law against the officials who followed illegal orders to torture people and took illegal action.”

The PTI core committee decided to form the seven-member panel, with former education minister Shafqat Mahmood serving as the convener and the other members being Aamer Mehmood Kiani, Yasmin Rashid, Aon Abbas Buppi, Raja Basharat, Burhan Moazzam Malik, and Hafiz Farhat Abbas.

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