The former Prime Minister of Pakistan, who once led a political party in the country, has been apprehended. Antonio Guterres, the United Nations’ leader, has addressed this matter, urging the government to adhere to proper legal procedures. He emphasized the importance of nonviolent means and the respect for the right to peaceful demonstrations.
Echoing similar sentiments, the United States has called upon Pakistan to uphold democratic principles and adhere to the rule of law.
The arrest was prompted by a case linked to a special repository for valuable presents. The court ruled against the leader, resulting in a three-year prison term. This development is anticipated to escalate tensions as other political factions contend that the arrest is unjust and politically motivated.