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Pakistan: PM Shahbaz Sharif targets Imran Khan in the ongoing ruckus in Pakistan, also drags RSS

There is a lot of uproar across the country regarding the arrest of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan. Supporters of Imran Khan are performing violently at various places. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has dragged the name of the RSS amid the ruckus over Imran’s arrest. PM Shahbaz Sharif has targeted former PM Imran Khan. From using people to hurling petrol bombs at the police to leading jathas to intimidate the judiciary, he said on Saturday that he has learned a lot from the RSS book.

He said that Imran’s actions in the last few days have exposed his fascist and extremist tendencies. Sharif said that Imran seems to have learned from the RSS. Let us tell you that a hearing is to be held in a court in Islamabad on Saturday regarding the Toshakhana case.

Let us tell you that the head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan will appear in the Islamabad court today to participate in the proceedings related to the complaint filed by the Election Commission. Earlier, an arrest warrant was issued against Imran Khan.

After this, once again on Saturday, the police reached Imran Khan’s residence in Lahore. During this, the police arrested more than 20 party workers who were creating ruckus. At the same time, in connection with the hearing of the Toshakhana case, a vehicle in the convoy of former PM Imran Khan going to Islamabad met with an accident. After this, former PM Imran Khan tweeted that it is now clear that even after getting bail in all my cases, the government wants to arrest me. He further wrote that despite knowing their malicious intentions, I am going to the court in Islamabad because I believe in the law. On the other hand, in view of the ruckus between the supporters and the police outside the court premises, the judge allowed Imran to return by marking his attendance outside the judicial premises.

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