Aleema Khan, the sister of Imran Khan, the founder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has announced her intention to approach the British courts to secure the release of her brother and former Prime Minister in the Safdar case.
Speaking to the media outside Adiala Jail, Aleema Khan expressed that media presence inside the jail was necessary, but permission for media access was denied. She indicated that they were advised to take the case to international courts.
Aleema Khan stated that they were confident that Zulfikar Ali Bhutto would be hanged, and now, PTI’s founder is being led down a similar path. She emphasized the accelerated proceedings against Imran Khan and remarked that this situation cannot be taken lightly. Aleema Khan also revealed that Imran Khan’s sons, Suleiman and Qasim, will file cases in the UK, expressing regret that they are resorting to international courts. She emphasized that the death penalty is not for Imran Khan but for the people. Aleema Khan asserted their commitment to working within the legal framework for PTI’s founder.
In a turn of events, Islamabad United, after Sajjad Ali’s initiative to include the Shah brothers in their squad, has secured a unique position with three siblings playing together for the first time in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Nasim Shah, the prominent fast bowler, has joined his brothers Haneen and Ubaid in representing Islamabad United in PSL 9.
This historic development adds a familial touch to the cricketing spectacle, as Nasim Shah’s brothers make their debut in the Pakistan Super League. The trio’s inclusion in Islamabad United’s squad is a testament to the blend of talent and kinship in the league.
This marks a fresh chapter in PSL history, underscoring the unity and camaraderie within Islamabad United. Nasim Shah’s decision to have his brothers join him in the squad adds an emotional layer to the team dynamics, potentially influencing their performance in the upcoming season.