"Enough Is Enough":

“Enough Is Enough”: Imran Khan To Take Legal Action Against Geo News

The debasement charges against Mr Khan have seen him getting precluded by the Political decision Commission from serving in a position of authority
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Director Imran Khan said on Wednesday that he will document legitimate suits against Geo Commentator’s Shahzeb Khanzada and Dubai-based finance manager Umar Farooq Zahoor over a “unmerited story”. Moreover, he expressed that he likewise wanted to document lawful grievances in the Unified Realm (UK) and the Assembled Bedouin Emirates (UAE).
In a tweet, the previous Pakistan PM said, “That’s the last straw. Recently Geo and Khanzada upheld by Overseers defamed me through an outlandish story concocted by a known fraudster and globally needed criminal. I have addressed my legal counselors and I intend to sue Geo, Khanzada and the fraudster in Pak as well as in UK and UAE.”

That’s it. Recently Geo and Khanzada upheld by Controllers defamed me through a ridiculous story concocted by a known fraudster and globally needed criminal. I have addressed my legal counselors and I intend to sue Geo, Khanzada and the fraudster in Pak as well as in UK and UAE.

Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) November 16, 2022
In a program that circulated on Geo television on Tuesday, Mr Zahoor guaranteed that he bought a wrist watch worth crores of rupees from the companions of Mr Khan’s better half Bushra Bibi. The Graff wristwatch was skilled to the previous cricketer by Saudi Crown Ruler Mohammad Canister Salman.

"Enough Is Enough":

“Enough Is Enough”

“In an oath, the money manager has recorded four presents he bought from Farah, a dear companion of Khan’s significant other, Bushra Bibi, who was likewise entangled in defilement cases as of late,” the report additionally said.

The defilement charges against Mr Khan have seen him getting precluded by the Political race Commission from serving in a position of authority. The top political decision body viewed Mr Khan to be entirelyblameworthy and excluded him for a time of five years. He had moved Islamabad High Court against the Political race Commission’s choice, however his request was dismissed.

Mr Khan had gotten costly gifts from Middle Easterner rulers during true visits that were saved in the state store Toshakhana. Afterward, he purchased those at sliced rates adhering to the law and further sold them at strong benefits. In his explanation to the Political decision Commission, he proclaimed the gifts had been acquired from the state depository for ₹ 21.56 million and sold for ₹ 58 million.
Aside from the wristwatch, the gifts incorporated a couple of sleeve fasteners, a costly pen, a ring and four Rolex watches.

By Hamza

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