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PM Imran should not treat party members like dogs: Noor Alam Khan



  • “PM should respect party members and not dictate them,” says Noor Alam. 
  • Noor says Article 63 applies to those who vote against their party.
  • “I have not cut ties with PTI and I am still a PTI member in the National Assembly,” MNA says.

PTI’s dissident member, Noor Alam Khan, on Monday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan should “stop treating his party members like dogs”.

Speaking during Geo News programme Naya Pakistan, Noor said the prime minister should respect party members and told him not to dictate them.

Talking about Article 63, Noor said that the article applies to those who vote against their party. “I am still a PTI member in the National Assembly,” the MNA added. 

PTI issues show-cause notices to 13 dissident MPs

The ruling PTI had issued show-cause notices to 13 dissident lawmakers for allegedly allying with the Opposition a day after the party decided to move against the members ahead of the no-trust motion against the premier. 

The dissident lawmakers have been given seven days to present themselves before PM Imran Khan. The members also include MNA Noor. 

PTI workers threaten MNA Noor Alam Khan

After 24 PTI leaders decided to take refuge in Sindh House, two people — reportedly belonging to the PTI — threatened Noor for showing reservations against PM Imran Khan ahead of the voting on the no-confidence motion.

In a viral video, the two men can be seen abusing and threatening the PTI’s disgruntled lawmaker at a hotel in Islamabad. Sources privy to the matter said that the two men are the leaders of the PTI’s Canada chapter — who came to Islamabad a few days back to attend the overseas convention. 

The two PTI leaders harassed the lawmaker and blamed him for what they termed “acting against Pakistan.”

“Take off your mask so people can see the face of the person who has sold out Pakistan […] I will come to Peshawar and meet you,” one of the two PTI leaders says.

24 PTI MNAs seek refuge in Sindh House 

Last week, around 24 PTI MNAs had moved to Sindh House after the Parliament Lodges incident. 

Journalist Hamid Mir confirmed that the reason for “seeking refuge” at the Sindh House is out of fear.

“The disgruntled members fear that the government will take action against them similar to the March 10 raid by the police on the Parliament Lodges,” Mir confirmed.

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The £190 million corruption case at Adiala Jail was heard by Judge Muhammad Ali Waraich of the Accountability Court. The hearing was postponed until June 21.

The cross-examination and statement of one witness took place during the case hearing. At the next hearing, four more witnesses will be put through cross-examination.

Up to now, 30 witness statements have been recorded, of which 22 have already undergone cross-examination.

Bushra Bibi, the founder of the PTI, was in court today throughout the proceedings.

The PTI’s legal representatives in the lawsuit included Shoaib Shaheen, Niazullah Niazi, Salman Akram Raja, and Ali Zafar.

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Nationwide protest gatherings will be held by the PTI on June 14.




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On June 14, protests around the country would take place, according to Zahir Shah Toru.

He added that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s chief minister had made plans for protests in every district.

In the protests, fictitious accusations made against PTI founder Imran Khan and its leadership will be denounced.

There would be no breaking of the law or the constitution, according to KP Minister Zahir Shah.

At 5:00 p.m., the Mardan demonstration will take place.

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Shah Mehmood, founder of the PTI, and others found not guilty in Azadi March case




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Acquittal of Sadaqat Abbasi and Ali Nawaz Awan from the Azadi March case was also ordered by the court.

It should be mentioned that numerous prominent members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), like as Shah Mahmood Qureshi, former prime minister Imran Khan, and others, were apprehended by the police in separate complaint letters pertaining to the Azadi March.

Following unrest between police and the PTI leader in the provincial capital, 42 charges were filed against PTI senior leaders and workers for agitation.

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) had previously found former prime minister Imran Khan and PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi not guilty in a case involving ciphers.

Decisions on appeals from the cipher case’s conviction were announced by Chief Justice Aamir Farooq and Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb of the IHC.

The party’s vice-chairman and founder, who was convicted in a similar case in January of this year, received 10-year prison sentences apiece.

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