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Detention of PTI Women Leaders Sparks Allegations of Oppression

LAHORE: Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) activists including Sanam Javed Khan, former MNA Alia Hamza, Khadija Shah and others women leaders sent on physical confinement for five days in A case of vandalism at Jeanne’s house.

PTI women leaders were trained in Anti-Terrorist Court, where Judge Abhar Gul sent former PTI MNA Aliya Hamza and women activists including Khadija Shah, Sanam Javed Khan and others on five day arrest in Jeanna House attack happening.

The Court stated that PTI women will remain in police custody from sunrise to sunset for investigation. They will be saved in judgment after sunset.

Also, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) women activists and leaders face trial on June 8.

PTI women managers and workers complained of be oppressed

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) women leaders and workers arrested in V aftermath of Rioters on May 9 complained that they were being harassed and were not allowed to meet with their families.

former ruling party leaders Sanam Javed, Alia Hamza, Tayyaba Raja and Khadija Shah were presented to ATC judge Abhar Ghulu. of A special anti-terrorism court.

Expressing their annoyance, they said they were being mistreated in in custody and were not allowed to see their family members.

“[Last] night, five women came and checked us” one of they said. “We were kept in prison for 25 days. What else are they (authorities) want? We will not tolerate any more”.

They demanded that they should allowed to meet with their lawyers, stating that they were not “thieves or robbers”.

Aliya lamented that there were usually talks of disrespect of court and parliament, but not one speaks of respect of women.

Sanam regrets holding press conferences in their names, but they were not allowed to speak. “This justice? she asked.

MPA Farhat Faruk arrested

Meanwhile, the police arrested former PTI MPA Farhat Farooq for allegedly inciting the crowd to attack Jinnah’s house and other important objects on 9th May.

Police also took youth in custody who took selfie with man accused of wearing uniform of the commander of the Lahore Corps on day.

Violent protests erupted on 9 May. out across the country after the PTI chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan was arrested by paramilitary rangers from the Islamabad High Court. on orders of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in £190m National Crime Agency scandal.

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