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Pakistan: Imran Khan can be arrested at any time! Slogans against Shahbaz Sharif became trouble in Saudi Arabia

Islamabad : Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Pakistani delegation had reached Masjid-e-Nawabi in Medina during their visit to Saudi Arabia recently. Here Shahbaz Sharif and other Pakistani ministers faced strong opposition. As soon as they entered the mosque, the crowd started shouting slogans against the Pakistani delegation. sloganeering against shehbaz sharif Now Imran Khan has become a problem. A case of blasphemy has been registered against Imran Khan and five of his associates in Faisalabad.

If reports are to be believed, Imran Khan can be arrested any time now. Pakistan Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said that Medina is a holy place and raising slogans at such a place is a crime which cannot be forgiven. Saudi Arabia can also take strict action against Imran Khan. Apart from Imran Khan, a case has been registered against Shahbaz Gill, Fawad Chaudhary, Qasim Suri, Shahbzada Jehangir Khan, Anil Musarat and Sheikh Rashid in Faisalabad.
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Can go to jail for five to eight years
Imran Khan and his associates could face 5-8 years in prison and a hefty fine for these charges. Earlier, Imran Khan distanced himself from the sloganeering at Masjid-e-Nabvi. According to a media report on Saturday, Imran Khan said that he cannot even think of asking anyone to raise slogans in the Pak Masjid. In an interview to ARY News, Khan said that this is the first time that immigrant Pakistanis living in the US, UK and Europe have come out in the open to protest the overthrow of his government.

Imran said – this is the reaction of the general public
In a part of the interview that surfaced, Imran Khan said, ‘This is the reaction of the general public. We are not asking them to come out (for protest).’ He said that they are angry about what happened, which they are coming forward to express. Significantly, the newly appointed Prime Minister of Pakistan, Sharif was on a three-day visit to Saudi Arabia with a delegation. The delegation also included Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari. This was Sharif’s first foreign visit after assuming office.


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