Fatal threats: ‘Take Imran into protective custody’

Imran's irresponsible remarks invite fatal threats to his and Sharif family's lives, says PML-N’s chief coordinator

Our Correspondent August 11, 2014


Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan’s irresponsible remarks have invited fatal threats to his own life and those of the Sharif family, PML-N’s chief coordinator Siddiqul Farooq said at a press conference.

“The government should immediately take Imran into protective custody to ward off threats to his life,” he said.

Siddiqul Farooq cited the remarks made by the PTI chief at a news conference on Aug 9 urging his supporters to not spare the Sharif family at any cost. He added that the statement has earned the ire of Imran’s personal enemies and there is a possible threat on his life. More significantly, rivals and enemies of Sharif’s family could take advantage of the situation and cause irreparable loss to the PTI chief.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 11th,2014.


ishrat salim | 7 years ago | Reply


And additionally, there are 41 articles of the constitution which have never been worked on...Islamic council has made lot of recommendations to fulfill inclusion of Islamic injunctions in the constitution as required by the constitution. These Politicians with ulterior motive & to safeguard their own self-interest brought 19 & 20th amendment in the Constitution & the list is long...

They make laws to cover themselves only not the general public....

They all make hue & cry for continuation of democratic system in order to continue loot & plunder....is this democracy all about ?

Un-accounted gas leakages...pass it on to the consumer...unable to recover electricity bills...pass it on to the consumers....unable to tax the rich & broaden tax base...recover through in-direct tax....

So, what Constitution are you talking about ?

Syed | 7 years ago | Reply

@ishrat salim: thanks for writing the comments - only thing that I can think of blithe is - if a second thought was given before what he/wrote would have made big difference of opinion but alas is it not the case :)

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