Fawad shows concerns over PM House's leaked audio of 115 hours

By: News Desk
Published: 06:44 PM, 25 Sep, 2022
Fawad shows concerns over PM House's leaked audio of 115 hours
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) central leader Fawad Hussain Chaudhry Sunday expressed serious concern over the leaked audio tapes of the Prime Minister’s (PM) House.

According to the 24News HD TV channel, the former federal minister for information talked to the media persons at Pind Dadan Khan and said the total duration of these audio tapes is about 115 hours.

He said the audio leakage is a matter of great concern as it is available on the dark web, which is being bid for $3.5 million.

Fawad termed the audio leakage a big failure of the security agencies of the PM House and raised the question that if the office of the PM is not safe, then which place is safe?

The PTI leader said that in the leaked audio tape, Maryam Nawaz Sharif is demanding PM Shahbaz Sharif to allow the Indian plant of her son-in-law to come to Pakistan.

PTI leader Fawad said Maryam Nawaz is saying outside that the price of oil does not want to increase, but she is saying in the audio that there is no other option but to increase the prices.

He said the Nawaz League’s leadership has put all the burden on Miftah Ismail who has served them a lot. He said the conversation in the leaked audio tape showed that decisions are being made in London

Fawad said Nawaz League, People's Party, and Maulana Fazlur Rehman are three wickets which will be downed by Imran Khan in one ball at the right time.

The PTI leader said if the date of the elections is announced and the cypher related to regime change is investigated, they will return to the assembly as they are moving towards riot-free elections.

About the re-entry of Hamid Khan into the PTI mainstream, Fawad said, where was Hamid Khan when the fight was going on with the establishment?

He said if he is brave and wants to fight then come to the front and show his position as the PTI leaders have seen the most difficult times but remained standing.

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