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Punjab govt reconstitutes JIT probing Wazirabad attack for the third time
The Punjab Home Department has, for the third time, reconstituted the joint investigation team (JIT) probing the attack on PTI chairman Imran Khan in Wazirabad.
The government made changes and notified the ‘amended JIT’ on Tuesday.
The Punjab government has appointed Lahore CCPO Ghulam Mehmood Dogar as the head of the JIT. He has replaced DG Khan RPO Syed Khurram Ali Shah, who has now been named a member of the team.
The other members are: Punjab Police Investigation Branch AIG Ihsanullah Chohan, Rawalpindi Potohar Division SP Malik Tariq Mehboob and Counter Terrorism Department SP Naseebullah Khan.
Imran questions Toshakhana dealings of Nawaz, Zardari
Addressing the public via video address today, Imran said that the election commissioner had trapped PTI in two cases — foreign funding and the Toshakhana reference.
The PTI chief, while slamming the Election Commission of Pakistan’s verdicts in the two cases, said that he could “guarantee that it will be proven that I have not done anything unlawful”.
Imran alleged that those who had done illegal things were allowed to go scot-free.
He claimed that with the help of former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gillani, former president Asif Ali Zardari and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif took “four expensive cars” from the Toshakhana, which was illegal.
Imran requested for his cases in the Supreme Court to be heard so that there can be “trust in the system of justice”.
How is a convict making important decisions for the country: PTI chief
Former prime minister Imran Khan, in a video address today, asked how a convict could take important decisions for Pakistan, especially those that concerned the country’s security.
The PTI chief, once again, criticised the incumbent government and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif for consulting PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif over the army chief’s appointment.
Imran said that Nawaz was not capable of taking decisions on merit because “he always keeps his interests ahead of the country”.
“And he doesn’t want elections because he knows I will win. He is a very big coward,” he added.