Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) lawmaker from Karachi (NA-250) Ataullah Khan aka Attaullah advocate in an open extreme threat to the coalition government warned that he would blow himself as a suicide bomber in case the coalition government will arrest his party supremo Imran Khan.
The PTI MNA claimed to conduct a series of suicide bombing, starting from himself, if something happens to his leader Imran Khan.
The apparently angry and furious politician from Karachi even threatens those who ‘run the country’ to think before arresting his leader.
تحریک انصاف کے رہنما ممبر قومی اسمبلی عطاء اللہ ایڈوکیٹ نے حکومت کو دھمکی دیا کے اگر عمران خان پر کچھ ہوا تو میں خودکش حملہ کروں گا اور اس طرح اور بھی ہزاروں خودکش تیار ہے
خودکش حملہ کرنے کی دھمکی دینے والے شہریار آفریدی کے بعد یہ دوسرا ممبر قومی اسمبلی ہے pic.twitter.com/Ia2tFttTzf
— Ihtesham Afghan (@IhteshamAfghan) June 6, 2022
Khan said, “Neither you nor your children will remain (alive).”
As per the video circulating on social media, whose authenticity could not be verified by independent sources, said that he would be the first suicide bomber who blow himself in such case and would also prepare thousands of others such bombers as well.
He said that Attaullah PTI workers should remain ready.
In the past, at least two PTI leaders— former chairperson of the parliamentary special committee on Kashmir Shehryar Afridi and former aviation minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan—had given same suicide bomb threats to the opponents.
In March this year, when the then ruling party was facing the no-trust move against Prime Minister Imran Khan, the PTI stalwart Sheharyar Afridi while addressing a gathering of the party’s members in Kohat said, “if suicide was not forbidden [in Islam] he would have tied explosives to his body and killed all hypocrites in parliament so that they would be eliminated forever.”
Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir Chairman Shehryar Afridi has proclaimed that if "suicide was not forbidden" he would have tied explosives to his body and "killed all the hypocrites in parliament."
— The Express Tribune (@etribune) March 26, 2022
Also, in March this year, the then aviation minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan, addressing a public gathering in Rawalpindi, said: “Suicide is haram [forbidden in Islam]. I wish to become a suicide bomber so that, where all these enemies of the country and religion [Islam] sit, I could detonate myself to annihilate all of them. This is my thinking.”