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Is seeking justice equivalent to pressurizing courts, asks Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Tuesday asked “Is seeking justice from authorities is equivalent to pressurizing courts?”

Talking to media in Bani Gala, Imran Khan enquired that according to which law he has been placed under house arrest. He said Prime Minsiter Nawaz Sharif’s injustice is increasing passion of the nation.

“We are being deprived of our rights as many of the PTI supporters even my sister have been barred from reaching Bani Gala”, he added.

Khan urged the citizens to understand true essence of democracy and join sit-in that will be held in Islamabad at any cost. He said anyone causing harm to Pakistan isn’t his friend.

Condemning police clash at Burhan Interchange, PTI chief said that peaceful protesters were treated like an enemy as expired shells of tear gas were fired at them.

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“No use of force against protesters in Seoul, other parts of world”, he said.

He further alleged the premier of working with Indo-Israel lobby to save corruption money and termed him as risk to the national security.

Earlier, PTI chief Imran Khan took to the Twitter and directed the minister to retreat to Swabi and resume the march in afternoon.

On the other hand, hundreds of PTI workers from across the country have been arrested including in the capital, where a ban on protests was invoked last week.

Authorities in the central province of Punjab have also closed a motorway using shipping containers, as police and paramilitary forces stand guard around the highway.

Khan’s latest challenge to Sharif’s government is based on leaked documents from the Panama-based Mossack Fonseca law firm that appear to show the prime minister’s daughter and two sons owned offshore holding companies registered in the British Virgin Islands and used them to buy properties in London.

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