In a recent statement, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Farrukh Habib alleged that there was a concerted effort by the opposition to target Prime Minister Imran Khan through false cases and acts of terrorism. According to Habib, a total of 96 cases have been lodged against Imran Khan in an attempt to weaken his political position.
Habib further claimed that the opposition parties, especially the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), were involved in orchestrating acts of terrorism across the country. He cited the recent case of Rana Sanaullah, a senior member of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), whose arrest warrants were issued in connection with a terrorism-related case.
The PTI leader also expressed concern over the alleged unavailability of the Interior Minister, which he claimed was hindering efforts to maintain law and order in the country. In addition, he highlighted the recent security bond issued by a judge of the Lahore High Court, which he argued was aimed at intimidating PTI workers and supporters.
Farrukh Habib went on to state that the police were carrying out raids in Lahore to arrest PTI workers, and that there were reports of an upcoming operation at Zaman Park. He suggested that the police were feeling anxious about these developments.
In response to these allegations, Habib announced that the PTI would be approaching the Lahore High Court to seek an immediate halt to the series of arrests being carried out by the police. He emphasized that the PTI would not stand by silently as the opposition parties continued to engage in acts of terrorism and political intimidation.