PTI’s Sanam Javed, Aliyah Hamza rearrested

In Local
April 01, 2024


Punjab Police on Monday once again arrested Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders Sanam Javaid Khan and Aliyah Hamza, Express News reported.

According to details, Sanam and Aliyah were apprehended by the Mianwali police and presented before an anti-terrorism court in Lahore.

ATC judge Arshad Javaid heard the police’s request, seeking a remand for the PTI leaders. Upon which, the judge approved a one-day remand for Sanam and Aliyah, handing them over to the police.

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Aliyah, speaking informally to journalists in court, expressed concerns over the rising inflation and deteriorating law and order situation in the country.

She criticized Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz and provincial police for their continuous efforts to arrest them for the past five days, saying police officials have been waiting outside the jail day and night for their arrest.

“We are so feared that your entire machinery is busy fixing our party. On February 8, you turned majority [vote] into minority and now preparations are underway to rig the Senate elections,” she added.

 

 

 

 

“For God’s sake, rulers should come out of their delusions and think about the people and Pakistan beyond their false ego.”

Aliyah further remarked, “The existence of PTI is because of the Pakistani people and they have already made their decision on February 8.”

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