Ayesha Gulalai v Imran Khan: Pakistan weighs probe

Member of National Assembly Ayesha Gulalai, who has left the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) after levelling allegations against Imran Khan, has now sent separate letters to the Federal Interior Ministry and Inspector General of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in which she sought security against threats and adverse measures by various elements.

Apparently after Gulalai hurled allegations against Khan, the PTI supporters started targeting her sister in an attempt to vent their anger against the former PTI MNA.

Ayesha Gulalai's accusation of sexual harassment against Khan has dominated the political scene of Pakistan for the last few days.

"This is an issue concerning the house's integrity - I will suggest forming a closed-door, special committee to probe the allegations and present its findings in the house", Abbasi told parliament.

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In a televised press conference earlier this week Gulalai resigned from the PTI after accusing Khan of harassing female leaders in the party.

Gulalai has not released any of the alleged text messages. Khan claimed that Gulalai made allegations against Imran at Muqam and Reham's behest. "I was astonished to hear that".

Corruption Mafias PML-N and PPP are trying their best to malign Imran Khan. "Do your worst; stoop as low as you can; me & my struggle-hardened party will become ever stronger IA", Khan wrote on Twitter.

The human right activist said that if PTI or its leadership in FATA take law in hands then it will be called hooliganism and tribal custom if someone supports to be used in such cases then woman is oppressed and innocent and people stand with her against male.

  • Megan Austin