PTI Warns Khan a ‘Red Line’ As Reports Of His Arrest Make Rounds

PTI Warns Khan a ‘Red Line’ As Reports Of His Arrest Make Rounds

PTI Leaders Issued Warnings

In the early hours of Monday, PTI leaders issued warnings, declaring that their leader would be a “red line,” as rumours of Imran Khan’s impending arrest circulated. 

The PTI leader was charged with violating Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act (the penalty for acts of terrorism) as a result of his remarks at his rally in Islamabad on Saturday. 

“Imran Khan hamari red line” became a popular Twitter trend, receiving 140,000 retweets as of the time of this post. 

Support For Their Leader

Imran Khan’s Bani Gala home was crowded with supporters who came to show support for their leader. 

Fawad Chaudhry insisted Khan was at home and “hundreds of employees had reached” in a message from PTI’s official Twitter account that showed him with many workers at the residence. 

As Imran asked followers to “go out for the sake of Pakistan,” close associates of the former prime minister, like Murad Saeed, independently stated on Twitter that arrest warrants had been issued for Imran. 

March at Liberty Chowk in Lahore

Hammad Azhar advised people to march at Liberty Chowk in Lahore, while Farrukh Habib urged them to congregate at Samandari Road in Faisalabad. Other leaders also invited people to congregate at various locations in their respective towns. 

By threatening to take over Islamabad, Ali Amin Gandapur warned the police not to take part in “this political battle anymore.” 

He threatened that if the imported administration detained Imran Khan, it would be overthrown. “And my advice to police is that don’t be part of this political conflict anymore because else will treat [with] you as pdm workers not police anymore.”

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