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PTI Decides To Prosecute PML-N Leaders in UK Court

 

PTI Decides To Prosecute PML-N Leaders in UK Court

Tasneem Haider Takes Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz to the London Court.

To pursue the accusations made by Tasneem Haider against the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leadership, Tasneem Haider has decided to go to court in London, according to Musarrat Jamshed Cheema, a spokesperson for the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the Punjab administration.

She explained to the members of her party that the Pakistani court has also asked to set up a high-level panel on the subject. It should recall that Imran Khan, the leader of the PTI, had claimed that the interior minister, the prime minister, and an officer were all responsible for shooting his container at Wazirabad.

She accused the PML-top N’s brass of “killing their opponents.” The spokesman said that during the previous eight months, the people had seen the true face of the PML-N, citing the murder of journalist Arshad Sharif, the assault on Imran Khan, and the torture of Shehbaz Gill and Senator Azam Swati while they were being held in detention.

Additionally, she spoke about the inexplicable deaths of Dr. Rizwan and Maqsood Chaprasi. She also brought up Abid Boxer’s disclosures regarding the execution of opponents of Shehbaz Sharif’s behest, who was the chief minister at the time. To support her argument, Cheema also detailed the terrible murder of innocent bystanders in Model Town.

Lady claimed that the large PTI rally in Rawalpindi on November 26 will either prevent further deaths or let the cycle of violence continue. She asked the party members to ensure their attendance at the event in order to give the nation true freedom.

Tasnim attacked the federal government’s inability to manage inflation, noting that although global inflation in October stayed at 10%, food prices in Pakistan rose by 36.2%. She said that because of the federal government’s inefficiency, global food inflation in 2023 will be 3% but it will be 25% in Pakistan.

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The cost of diesel, fertilizer, and tractors is soaring. Farmers now have less buying power as a result of government policy. She claimed that whereas during the Tehreek-e-Insaf era farmers’ income climbed by 2600 billion rupees, it will decline by 1000 billion rupees this year.

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