Authorities will try to kill me: Imran Khan shocking statement

A court in Pakistan on Wednesday remanded former Prime Minister Imran Khan to eight days of custody of the National Accountability Bureau, an anti-corruption body, in the Al-Qadir Trust case. Authorities will try to kill me: Imran Khan shocking statement.

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s arrest has triggered a massive wave of protests in the country, with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf supporters and members wreaking havoc across the country, clashing with the police and setting vehicles on fire. A day after his arrest, former Pakistan PM and PTI chief Imran Khan was presented in front of a court.

Where he said that he fears for his life, and that the current Shehbaz Sharif government in the country will be trying to take his life inside jail. Imran Khan, while speaking in front of the court, said that he was afraid of meeting the same fate as Maqsood ‘Chaprasi’, who was a key witness in the money laundering case against Shehbaz Sharif, and had passed away last year.

According to Pakistani media reports, Imran Khan claimed in court that he was being tortured and had not been allowed to use the washroom for 24 hours. He also claimed that the authorities will try to kill him soon because of his firm stance against the government.

Imran Khan said in court, “I have not been to the washroom in 24 hours.” He further added, “They give [you] an injection, and [you] slowly die.” Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan was arrested in relation to the Al Qadir Trust land case.

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Some media reports says that Imran Khan’s lawyer Afzal Marwat said that the PTI chief was in “good spirits” but had complained of being hit on the back of the head and leg by paramilitary forces who arrested him earlier this week.

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