What Imran Khan said about apologizing to the army

Last Updated on May 10, 2024 2:51 am

Imprisoned Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founding chairman Imran Khan has rejected the army’s demand to apologize for the May 9 incident in the country. He also said that his party was not responsible for the violent protests that broke out in the country immediately after his arrest last year.

Rather, why should he apologize; He answered that question and said, I should apologize to (others). In a report on Thursday, Pakistani media The Dawn reported this information.

The ousted prime minister of Pakistan said during an informal conversation with reporters at Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail on Wednesday that it should be asked of me why I should apologise.

Imran Khan has been imprisoned since August last year after the verdict in several cases. He faces various charges ranging from corruption to violation of the Official Secrets Act.

Former prime minister Imran Khan on Wednesday refused to apologize for the May 9 riots and said he was ready to face an inquiry into the 2014 sit-in held by his party PTI, The Dawn reported.

He said this to reporters after the court proceedings in the 190 million pounds corruption case in Adiala prison. When asked if he would apologize for the violent protests on May 9 last year, Imran Khan replied in the negative.

He said he was in custody at the time of the violent protests and had no knowledge of the protests.

The former Prime Minister of Pakistan mentioned that he came to know about the violent protests across the country when he appeared before the then Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial. He said, I have already condemned the violent protests.

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