ISLAMABAD – The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested a senator The Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) early on Sunday morning, hours after he lashed out at army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa.
Azam Swati74 Gen BajwaTo declare his assets prior to stepping down, he will need to retire on Tuesday (November 29, 2009). PTI Rawalpindi rally to be held on Saturday.
The FIA Swati was arrested from his home
Islamabad residence for the second instance for allegedly tweeting against The highest ranking military officers. Later, the FIA He was brought before a local court, which granted his two-day physical detention.
An FIR is registered against He said that the PTI Veteran started a “highly obnoxious campaign of intimidating tweets” against The army chief is one of the state institutions. “with mala fide intentions and ulterior motives”.
FIR claimed that the accused had attempted to demoralize army personnel through offensive tweets. “calculated and repeated attempt” Swati.
The FIA First arrest of him last month over a controversial tweet against Gen Bajwa. The release of the bailee in October was followed by his release. senator He claimed that he was tortured after being stripped naked in his first strip.
In the PTI Swati, who delivered a fiery speech on Saturday night at the power show, mentioned his torture again while asking tough questions. Gen BajwaDisclosure of his assets.
Imran Khan criticized the government after Swati’s arrest for the second time, saying he was “shocked and appalled at how rapidly we are descending into not just a banana republic but a fascist state”.
Slamming the state’s heavy-handedness, the former prime minister questioned how anyone could not understand the pain and suffering of senator Swati, who “underwent custodial torture and the blackmailing video of him and his conservative wife that was sent to his family”.
Imran regarded the Tweet triggering the arrest an expression of Swati’s “justifiable anger and frustration at the injustice meted out to him”.
We urge all corners to “raise their voice against this state fascism”Imran also criticised the Supreme Court “keeping its doors closed” for Swati, “despite appeals by senators supporting him for over Two weeks.