Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Murad Saeed on Wednesday penned a letter to Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial, elevating situation over “bogus instances” and “existence threats” he claims to be facing.
The PTI’s authentic Twitter account has shared the letter Saeed addressed to the CJP asking for him to take word of the “bogus instances, frivolous FIRs and lifestyles threats” he faces as well as the “complicity of the government of Pakistan, its instrumentalities and officers” in the count number.The former minister in his letter maintained that he had reasons to accept as true with his “essential rights assured under the Constitution” have been underneath chance.
He known as into query the “constitutionality, validity, reasonability and legitimacy of the acts, omission and commissions of the federal authorities as well as the provincial governments and their functionaries, instrumentalities and officers”. He urged the Supreme Court (SC) to take be aware of their actions.
Saeed once more reiterated his worries about the killing of journalist Arshad Sharif as properly.
“Regrettably, his grievances and concerns have been now not addressed. No one took him and his concerns seriously and hence Pakistan misplaced a patriotic, nationalist and loyal citizen,” the letter said.
Saeed additionally apprised CJ Bandial of the collection of cases registered in opposition to him consisting of the blasphemy case over the harassment of government officers at Masjid Nabvi and others, along with, inciting violence on numerous events, sedition, terrorism, abetting mutiny among others which he maintained have been all “bogus charges”.These instances were made handiest due to the fact I raised my voice for the supremacy of the Constitution and the establishment of peace within the united states,” he maintained.
“Armed men wearing undeniable clothes attempted to attack my house, who escaped without difficulty into the Red Zone on my arrival,” he claimed, including that “regardless of repeated efforts and courtroom orders in this count, the police did not report an FIR” over the incident.
He also stated that during a raid at his residence in his absence, girls and employees had been burdened by means of the officers.
“Now plans are being made to do so in opposition to me beneath the Army Act,” the letter stated raising serious issues over “tweets through numerous reporters predicting the arrest or killing of a PTI chief”.
This, he maintained, was grounds sufficient for him to consider that “it’s far clear that plans are afoot to kill me to be able to be pinned onto the celebration’s management”.
He stressed that his “essential right of get entry to to justice has been suspended with the aid of the nation’s extra-constitutional measures” as he advised the apex court to take measures to make certain his protection.
Notably, the PTI faces a crackdown by means of state authorities following violent protests targeting touchy state and navy installations after birthday party leader Imran Khan was arrested on May nine.