Aslam Iqbal, Hammad Azhar to lead PTI in Punjab: Omar

He said that rallies will continue to be held under the Tehreek-e-Tahaffuz Constitution of Pakistan

By Mumtaz Alvi
May 24, 2024
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Omar Ayub Khan speaks in this still taken from a video. — YouTube/Geo News Live

ISLAMABAD: Opposition leader in the National Assembly Omar Ayub said Thursday Mian Aslam Iqbal and Hammad Azhar will lead the PTI in Punjab


Talking to reporters outside the Adiala Jail after meeting PTI founder Imran Khan, Omar Ayub said The opposition leader said that He said that when Hammad Azhar came to the Central Secretariat, the Islamabad Police raided the place without a warrant. He made it clear that the founder of PTI has said that if the statements of Mian Aslam Iqbal and Hammad Azhar are forcibly taken, they will not accept it. Omar said the responsibility of attacking Raoof Hasan falls on IG Islamabad, SSP Operations and Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi.

He complained that they were not allowed to meet Imran Khan while Nawaz Sharif or whoever was in jail used to meet everyone. PTI people’s meeting with Imran does not last more than 20 to 25 minutes, he said, adding, “We will go to court against it.” Omar Ayub said that Imran Khan emphasized that the boat of the country’s economy is sinking.

He said that rallies will continue to be held under the Tehreek-e-Tahaffuz Constitution of Pakistan for the PTI founder Imran Khan has said that the movement of rallies will go on.

Meanwhile, Senator Faisal Vawda has said he believed that PTI has tried to ‘reward’ Pervaiz Elahi for his sacrifices with the launch of Hammad Azhar.

In a statement, he said that the drama in the name of bravery is actually taking place in Punjab due to the fear of party’s capture (by Pervaiz Elahi).

He said that the fugitive (Hammad), who is hiding himself, is saying that the second fugitive Murad Saeed will come out soon. However, he believed that Murad Saeed will not come out soon.

Hammad Azhar, who has been hiding for a year, was also seen in the party’s central secretariat a day earlier.