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Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday claimed that reopening the Asghar Khan case would help identify the much talked about “celestial beings”, against whom former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and the incumbent, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, feel their party will be up against in the upcoming general elections.

Sharif, in a series of rallies held recently, has claimed that the ruling PML-N’s real rivals in the upcoming polls will not be the PTI or PPP, but “hidden forces” and “celestial beings” — remarks seconded by Prime Minister Abbasi.

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Despite repeated mentions in news media, however, the ‘true identity’ of these aforementioned beings has never been explicitly established, although Khan appears to have an idea about who they are.

During a press conference to welcome disgruntled PML-N lawmakers into the PTI today, Khan said: “If [they] want to know who these celestial beings are, then just reopen the Asghar Khan case.

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