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Sunday, May 3, 2009

Imran to challenge in SC ban on entry in Karachi

LAHORE: Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan has said that he would go to Supreme Court of Pakistan against ban on his entry in Karachi.

Addressing a press conference here on Sunday, he said: “I would go to Karachi taking road route on May 10.”

It may be mentioned here that earlier on Sunday Imran Khan was prevented by authorities from boarding plane en route to Karachi.

“It is the fourth time that he was barred from entering Karachi on the pretext of law and order situation,” Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief complained.

Tahrik-e-Insaf chief, Imran Khan has decreed, “Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) is not a democratic party albeit it is a mafia.”

Following not getting permission to leave for Karachi, talking to media at Lahore Airport, he said that MQM was a one-man show and it was appeasing Americans by resorting to fascist tactics.

He queried under which law he was stopped from leaving for Karachi and then himself answered that it was Altaf Hussain’s law under which he was stopped. When quizzed as to why was he targeting MQM alone, he jiffy changing his earlier version said that he was stopped on the orders of the federal government. He said that Asif Zardi could see terrorism at other places but he visits London to meet Altaf Hussain despite his being involved in 234 cases. 

He said Karachi was not a ‘jagir’ of any one and his party would soon formulate a strategy on this matter. He asked under which law Altaf Hussain sitting in London was disturbing peace in Karachi and no action was being taken. He said that MQM was trying to stop him from pursuing the case he filed against Altaf Hussain, but he would not give up

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