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Imran Khan calls himself ‘very dangerous’ amid terrorism charges

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Islamabad [Pakistan], August 26 (ANI): Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is currently facing terrorism charges, went bombastic on the ruling government with his words and warned the ruling coalition saying, “I am very dangerous.”

This threat by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan came when he was speaking to the media at the anti-terrorism court in Islamabad where he was present in regards to the extenstion of his pre-arrest bail which the court granted till September 1.

“I am very dangerous”, said Imran Khan, reported The New International. Though he made a furious commentary over the troubled situation, Imran Khan avoided answering many questions which were being asked by the reporters.

PTI chairman Imran Khan has said the people who are taking decisions or finalizing them should think about the country. A terrorism case was filed against Imran Khan for giving threatening remarks about a woman additional sessions judge.

The court accepted the pre-arrest bail till September 1 against surety bonds worth Rs 100,000. The PTI head had moved his bail petition through his lawyer Dr Babar Awan and Ali Bukhari, Advocate.

When reporters emphasized Imran Khan made a statement about the situation, Imran only uttered one sentence, “I am very dangerous.”

Afterwards, he said, “They are trying to arrest the head of the largest party of the country in this case.” He contended that Pakistan was being mocked all over the world at this time. He accused the government of trying to score a “technical knockout” against him.

Meanwhile, the police on Thursday registered a terrorism case against Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah after he threatened the government officials to kill their children and said that Pakistan’s court and its judiciary will not help them.

The case was filed by a citizen in the Industrial Area Police Station of Gujrat. The police registered a case of terrorism and interference in government matters against Sanaullah, reported Geo News.

According to the first information report (FIR), the interior minister threatened the government officials to kill their children and said that Pakistan’s court and its judiciary will not help them.

The FIR added that Sanaullah said they [government] will surround those judges who are going to promote PTI’s agenda, reported Geo News.

“Rana Sanaullah’s statement was to terrorise the judiciary, chief secretary and other government officials and to not let them do their job so that they are unable to fulfil their judicial commitments,” stated the report citing an old video of the PML-N leader.

The FIR mentioned that the minister’s statement has caused fear and terror among the judiciary, authorities, police, bureaucracy and the nation, reported Geo News.

Soon after the news came out, Pakistan Muslim League Quaid (PML-Q) senior leader Moonis Elahi said that the interior minister will be arrested soon, reported Geo News.

“You make false cases against Imran Khan, now the Pakistani nation has registered a true case against you,” he wrote on Twitter.

The PML-Q was referencing the case registered against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, last week, for threatening an additional sessions judge and senior police officers of the Islamabad Police at a rally in the federal capital’s F-9 Park.

The FIR had claimed that Khan threatened Additional Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry and police officers to “terrorise” the law enforcement agency and the judiciary after which the arrest warrants for the PTI leader were issued. (ANI)

This report is auto-generated from ANI news service. ThePrint holds no responsibility for its content.

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