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Imran Khan may apologize if allowed to speak in court tomorrow – Daily NatureNews WAALI

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Imran Khan may apologize if allowed to speak in court tomorrow – Daily Nature


















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اسلام آباد(قدرت روزنامہ) پاکستان تحریک انصاف سیکرٹری جنرل اسد عمر نے کہا ہے کہ کل عمران خان کو عدالت میں بات کرنے کی اجازت ملی تو معافی مانگ سکتے ہیں،عدالت میں معافی مانگنے سے عمران خان کا قد کاٹھ کم نہیں ہوگا، عدالت بتا دے عمران خان معافی کیلئے کس طرح کا لفظ استعمال کریں . انہوں نے اے آروائی نیوز کے پروگرام میں گفتگو کرتے ہوئے کہا کہ ہمارا تجزیہ یہی تھا کہ عین ممکن ہے کہ عمران خان کیخلاف کوئی فیصلہ کرنے کا ارادہ ہے اس لیے ریڈزون سیل کیا گیا ہے، کیونکہ کسان کوئی دہشتگرد تو ہے نہیں کہ ان کی وجہ سے ریڈزون کو سیل کیا گیا ہے، وہ پہلے ہی حالات کے مارے ہوئے ہیں .


He said that the Election Commission is so independent that it uploads its decisions on the website and then changes things in it.
Told me that Redzone is only for protesting injustice? There are places other than Islamabad. He said that Imran Khan is going to Islamabad court contempt case tomorrow, using word apology is also a problem, court should tell him what word to use for apology.

Imran Khan is the leader of Pakistan today and no matter what he says in court, his stature will not diminish, he is the only leader who has served jail time in the independent judiciary movement. He said that it is surprising that the bench did not allow Imran Khan to speak in the previous hearing, if Imran Khan is allowed to speak tomorrow he can apologize. He said that Imran Khan never changed his position, Imran Khan did not say anything new in the Chakwal rally which he has not done before, this is an assumption that Imran Khan has met someone.
Imran Khan has been talking like Chakwal Jalse before. He said that time has proved that our briefing on the economy was absolutely correct, experts say that the only way out of the problems is transparent elections.

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