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PTI claims govt planning false flag operation on Imran Khan’s court appearance day

Party spokesperson says will give a historic welcome to the PTI chief
Former prime minister Imran Khan arrives to appear before the Anti-Terrorism Court in Islamabad on September 1, 2022. (AFP)
Former prime minister Imran Khan arrives to appear before the Anti-Terrorism Court in Islamabad on September 1, 2022. (AFP)

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has alleged that the government was planning a false flag operation similar to the May 9 during Imran Khan’s court appearance on November 28.

A spokesperson for the PTI said that the entire nation will give a historic welcome to the PTI chief who is set to be produced before a special court tomorrow (November 28).

“Chairman Imran Khan’s safety, security and government’s efforts to endanger his life in the past are not hidden from anyone,” the party spokesperson said, adding the safety and security of Khan was the first and foremost priority.

He claimed that millions of workers from all over the country want to go to the court to welcome their leader.

“Despite the worst government intervention and violent tactics in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, people coming out bravely are clear signs of the popularity of Imran Khan and the deep connection of the nation with him,” the spokesperson said.

The PTI urged the Punjab and Islamabad police, local administration, and federal and provincial supervisory governments to ensure fool-proof arrangements for the security of the former prime minister.

The party spokesperson accused the government of attempting to escape from the election under the guise of chaos.

He went on to add that the party’s workers will not provide justification to the “miscreants to run away from the election”.

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