Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Barrister Gohar, has announced his intention to challenge the sentences of PTI founders Imran Khan and Shah Mahmood Qureshi in higher courts. Speaking outside the Islamabad High Court, Barrister Gohar expressed concerns over the questions raised by the judge, stating that cases are being pursued outside constitutional and legal procedures.
Barrister Gohar raised questions about the expectations from the judge, emphasizing that cases are being handled outside the framework of the constitution and legal procedures. He highlighted the need for tolerance among party workers and supporters, urging them to express their concerns while maintaining confidence in the Supreme Court and High Court.
During the media interaction, Barrister Gohar conveyed the importance of party members and PTI supporters demonstrating patience and trust in the judicial system. He discouraged any aggressive reactions to the verdict, emphasizing that the party relies on the Supreme Court and the High Court for justice.
Barrister Gohar expressed confidence in the legal process and encouraged party workers not to take the law into their own hands. He stressed that the focus should remain on the upcoming elections scheduled for February 8, and any disagreements should be addressed through legal channels.
Barrister Gohar reassured the PTI supporters that their concerns were being addressed through the appropriate legal channels. He urged everyone to refrain from taking matters into their own hands and to trust the legal system for a fair resolution. The chairman emphasized that the party’s attention is directed toward the upcoming elections, scheduled to be held on February 8, and expressed optimism that the accountability process would proceed according to legal standards.