It should not have happened what was witnessed on May 9: Imran Khan
Unequivocally slams vandalism at the Jinnah House in Lahore
LAHORE ( Web News )
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan on Friday unequivocally slammed vandalism at the Jinnah House in Lahore during his party’s protest after his arrest in a graft case.
Speaking to journalists during his appearance in the Lahore High Court (LHC), Imran Khan said such incidents brought bad name to Pakistan, adding: “It should not have happened what was witnessed on May 9.”
Speaking about the allegations regarding providing shelter to “terrorists,” Imran Khan said he took the media persons inside his house to show them that there was no terrorist hiding. He blamed the PDM had damaged the repute of the country by taking such measures, adding that the coalition had been trapped by arresting over 7,000 PTI workers.
He expressed hope that no one could defeat his party as it was at the height of popularity.
Meanwhile in a separate statement issued on twitter on Friday, Imran Khan said that the mindset behind this unprecedented crackdown and current reign of terror that PTI and its supporters are being subjected to (that was not even witnessed during Zia and Musharraf martial laws) is that we Pakistanis are like a herd of sheep who can be terrorised enough to meekly bow down to this naked show of power.
“Well we won’t because we are humans and ummat of the greatest leader of all times who made us pledge to Allah that we will bow to no one except Him(Almighty)” Imran Khan tweeted.