ISLAMABAD: Two people, reportedly belonging to the PTI, threatened disgruntled Pakistan Tehreeke-e-Insaf (PTI) MNA Noor Alam Khan for showing reservations against Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan ahead of the voting of the no-confidence motion.
In a viral video, the two men can be seen abusing and threatening the PTI’s dissident lawmaker at a hotel in Islamabad. According to the sources, the two men are the leaders of the PTI’s Canada chapter, who came to Islamabad a few days back to attend the overseas convention.
The two PTI leaders harassed the lawmaker and blamed him for they termed “acting against Pakistan”.
“Take off your mask so people can see the face of the person who has sold out Pakistan […] I will come to Peshawar and meet you,” said one of the two PTI members.
Noor Alam asks: “Tell me what have I done?” To this, one of the two leaders says that he has “sold out Pakistan.”
Memeber of National Assembly (MNA) Noor Alam Khan has decided to move the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) against the threats by the two men. He also appealed to the Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial and the Islamabad High Court (IHC) to take notice of the incident.
Noor Alam Khan is of the view that he is an elected representative and did not want to take the law into his hands. The lawmaker also warned that he would take “revenge” if his family members are harmed.
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