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Imran’s reaction on the name coming in the no fly list, know what he said to the government…

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Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday thanked the government for preventing him from leaving the country after his name appeared on the no-fly list. He said that he has no plans to travel abroad as he neither has any property abroad nor is he doing any business abroad.

Khan tweeted

Imran Khan, his wife Bushra Bibi and other leaders and former assembly members of his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party were reportedly barred from leaving the country on Thursday. Khan wrote on Twitter, “I would like to thank the government for putting my name on the ECL, as I have no plans to travel abroad, as I have no assets and no business abroad, other than within the country. I don’t have any bank account outside.”

 

 

 

If there is a plan to visit somewhere, I will go here

Imran Khan said that if I get a chance to spend holidays, I will go to the northern hills, this is my favorite place on earth.

Imran Khan, his wife and 80 party members banned

ECL is administered by the Ministry of the Interior and focuses on individuals who are not allowed to leave the country due to pending court cases or other reasons. There was news on Thursday that the Pakistan government has banned Khan, his wife and about 80 people from the party from leaving the country. The report said that the federal government has decided to add the names of 80 people to the no-fly list, including PTI chairman Imran Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi.

 

On May 9 he was involved in a case related to violence

The 70-year-old Khan and several leaders of his party are facing charges of violence that broke out after the PTI chief’s arrest in a corruption case on May 9. Violent protests erupted after Khan was arrested from the Islamabad High Court complex by paramilitary Rangers on 9 May. Activists of his party vandalized a dozen military installations, including the Lahore Police Commander’s House, Miyawali Airbase and the ISI building in Faisalabad, in response to Imran Khan’s arrest. The mob also captured the army headquarters at Rawalpi for the first time.

Claim of 40 laborers killed

Police put the death toll in the violent motion at 10. While Khan’s party claims that 40 of its workers were killed in the first firing by the security guard. Thousands of Khan’s supporters were arrested after the violence. In view of the unrest, several PTI leaders were also arrested.