Courts open at 12pm, Sumoto is taken. Wasn’t it necessary to investigate the letter: Imran Khan

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan has said that he wants to ask the Supreme Court whether the Supreme Court should have investigated the matter when President Arif Ali had sent a letter to the apex court. Addressing a public meeting in Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab, the former prime minister said that the Supreme Court in its detailed judgment had said that no inquiry had been held into the issue of ciphers. The courts open at 12 o’clock at night. Wasn’t it a big deal that should have been investigated? ” The secretary is threatening the people’s elected prime minister that if you do not remove him, I will first put before the cabinet the meeting which has meeting minutes. The post was not only an insult to Imran Khan, it was an insult to the whole nation. I took the letter to the cabinet and placed it before the National Security Committee and Parliament. The letter was sent to the Chief Justice for an inquiry. Commission formed but then our government left. What more could I do? ‘He said,’ I wanted you to find out who Donald Lou sent the message to, because the diplomat was below me, so to whom the message was sent, let him investigate. ۔ This is necessary because if you do not inquire into it, no future Pakistani Prime Minister will take a stand, he will sit on his knees in front of the United States, “he said, targeting the Chief Election Commissioner. Sikandar Sultan Qaum will not forgive you, in what capacity do you stay in Lahore four days a week. ”He accused the Election Commission of rigging the local government elections in the provinces “The responsibility of the Chief Election Commission was to hold clean and transparent elections but the administration intervened everywhere.” During his address, the former prime minister also slammed the leadership of the Pakistan People’s Party and the Muslim League-Nawaz. He said that Mr. X was ordered that the corrupt parties should win the elections. “It will be known soon who Mr. X is.”

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