Imran Khan to be booked if women in PTI rallies harassed
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz(PML-N) Member National Assembly Talal Chaudhry Friday warned Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf(PTI) chief Imran of action, if women supporters were harassed in his rally in Faisalabad.
Talking to media outside the Parliament, the PML(N) member said If PTI workers whom their chief called them as tiger harassed any woman supporter in their public gathering, Imran would be nominated as accused and case would also be registered against him as a facilitator.
However, he added, the government had made security arrangements on its part to avoid any untoward incident, but he added, God forbid if any ugly incident of teasing of women supporters happened in Faisalabad's rally, too, like in previous ones, Imran would be also be booked.
He said people of Faisalabad had already rejected politics of Imran Khan who had visited twice the city and had been doing politics over the dead bodies.
He said there was always contradictions in Imran Khan 's actions and words that was why people got fed up, thus he was destined to meet nasty defeat in general elections 2018, he added.
He said on one side, Imran Khan was cursing menace of corruption in his speeches at public rallies while using abusive language and asking others for justification, but on the other, he himself was included among those people who got his black money whitened during the Musharraf era.
He bewildered as how Imran Khan could afford a 500-kanal luxurious house to live in and fly in charted planes if one go by his tax returns which reflected his taxes as merely Rs 5000, or sometime Rs 20,000 since 1980.
In fact, he added, with such meager income one could not build even a five-marla house and one had to travel in rickshaw.
He said father of Imran Khan was an engineer by profession and dismissed from his job due to corruption charges.
On other hand, he added, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif had been regularly paying taxes and his father was an honest worker and make hard-earned earnings by dint of his hard work.