Senators declare Saifullah Niazi as Missing Person
Arrest of Senator Niazi, Hamid Zaman can’t stop Imran’s way: Dr Yasmin
October 7, 2022 08:07 PM
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) senators held a press conference along with Leader of Opposition Shahzad Wasim and declared Senator Saifullah Niazi as a ‘Missing Person’ on Friday.
Shahzad Wasim said that Saifullah Niazi joined the senate session today (Friday) and after that, no one knows where did he go.
The Leader of the Opposition in the Senate appealed to the Chairman Senate to take a notice of the matter and urged the government that it should inform the where of him.
Shahzad Wasim said that Imran Khan has given a call for a long march due to which the government is suffering from fear.
Senator Mohsin Aziz said that Saifullah Niazi has become a ‘missing person’ at this time.
While Punjab Health Minister Dr Yasmin Rashid condemned the arrest of Senator Saifullah Niazi and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Hamid Khan and said arrests cannot stop Imran Khan’s way.
According to the 24News HD TV channel, the health minister held a press conference on Friday and criticized the federal coalition government for labelling bogus allegations about Imran Khan.
In response to the Prime Minister's accusations against the PTI Chairman, Dr Yasim Rashid said those who called Imran Khan a liar and a fraud may have forgotten that they have done all these actions with the nation.
She challenged Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah and said when Imran Khan will make a call to the nation to come to the streets, crowds will be out of the government’s control.
Dr Yasmin Rashid asked Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif whether Maqsood Chapadasi is yours or ours. she added that PM will tell who Maqsood Chapdasi was with, and how did he die?
The minister said that Imran Khan wants to give us real independence with an independent foreign policy.
She said Ishaq Dar is a cunning person who makes corruption very sharply and has succeeded to remove cases worth billions against him.
Reporter: Bassam Sultan