Published: Mon, August 07, 2017
World | By Carl Welch

Imran Khan says won't say anything derogatory against Ayesha Gulalai

Imran Khan says won't say anything derogatory against Ayesha Gulalai

Khan's opponents have accused him of sexism, while his supporters have used social media to call for acid attacks on Gulalai for her allegations.

"PML-N has used her and bought her".

Jalal Wazir demanded an inquiry against Qayyum for bringing a bad name to the tribal people for his own personal interests.

She said that if Khan tendered an apology to the nation and the women, then it would be accepted as Allah also likes those who forgive.

PTI lawmaker Shireen Mazari rejected the Prime Minister's suggestion and said that, instead of Imran Khan, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Khuwaja Asif should be probed for abusing her in the house.

On Friday, Muhammad Amir Khan, chairman of the PTI's youth revival committee submitted an application to the SHO of Peshawar's Hayatabad police station, requesting him to lodge an FIR against Gulalai.

The lawmakers also want Imran to be disqualified under Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution on the basis of Gulalai's allegations. She had alleged that Khan "would forward inappropriate and explicit text messages to party women", claiming that she received the first such message in 2013.

Ayesha Gulalai, a member of the Assembly, had quit on August 1 accusing Khan and other top leaders of ill-treating and disrespecting them.

Her allegations forced the MNA's former party to serve her a show-cause notice on Wednesday. "He put me through mental torture and pain", she said.

Imran Khan said he believed Ayesha had a lot of potential.

The PTI chief was doing politics of allegations, he said while talking to a private news channel.

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