Poisoning of middle class wife by Pakistan Lashkar: Imran Khan’s disturbing allegation

Poisoning of middle class wife by Pakistan Lashkar: Imran Khan’s disturbing allegation


Pudhari Online Desk: My wife Bushra Bibi is being kept under house arrest in a private residence. The shocking allegation made by Madhya Pradesh’s wife Jeevitala is that Pakistan’s army chief will be responsible for the deadly poison experiment, this claim was made by former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan before Judge Nasir Javed Rana during the hearing of the Toshakhana corruption case.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party leader Imran Khan told Judge Nasir Javed Rana during the hearing of the Adiala Turungat Toshakhana corruption case that his wife Bushrala would have been involved in the attempt to poison him. Imran Khan also said, “Whose hand is this?”

Medical examination should be done again – Imran Khan

Imran Khan said that if there is any loss of life or death of Bushra, Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir should be held responsible. Because members of an intelligence organization controlled everything from his Bani Gala residence in Islamabad and Adiala Turungat in Rawalpindi. Dr. Asim of Shaukat Khanum Hospital orders medical examination of Bushrachi, Imran Khan has requested the court for this. I said that I and my party do not have faith in the doctor whom I had examined earlier.

Toilet cleaner would be mixed with food: Bushra Bibincha allegation

The court directed him to submit a detailed application regarding the medical examination of his wife Bushrach. Speaking after the hearing, Bushra Mehnalya said, there were rumors spreading that I was an American agent in Pakistan. In the middle of the day, toilet cleaner would be mixed. My eyes are swollen and I feel pain in my stomach. The taste of food and water also becomes bitter.

Gifts are not given to Bushra wife’s family: Tehreek-e-Insaf

Tehreek-e-Insaf party spokesperson expressed concern about Bushra Bibi being poisoned. It is celebrated to visit Bushra Bibi’s family. Violations of the Pakistan Constitution and prison rules are punishable by death.

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