6th January 2024 News Headlines | Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf


6th January 2024 News Headlines

A summary of today's important and breaking news regarding PTI and the country that the mainstream media of Pakistan will never show you.

Imran Khan, a symbol of strength, devoid of fear.

Today, 185 days have passed since the illegal imprisonment of founder chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf and former prime minister Imran Khan.

Today, Allama Raja Nasir Abbas, the leader of Majlis-i-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen, had a meeting with Imran Khan at Adiala Jail. Following their discussion, Allama Nasir Abbas addressed the media, stating, "Efforts are underway to intimidate Imran Khan, but he remains resolute. Imran Khan's strength lies in his unwavering trust in Allah. Together, Imran Khan and we stand united on the path of honor. We, the followers of Karbala, are prepared to sacrifice everything for our cause. Our mission is to attain freedom from those who target innocent women and children. I pledge my unwavering support to Imran Khan in our pursuit of freedom, even to the last drop of my blood."

The trial for the May 9 cases involving Imran Khan and others starts in jail.

Today, the trial for the May 9 cases commenced at Adiala Jail. During the proceedings, the initial attendance process was conducted. Sheikh Rashid, Sheikh Rashid Shafiq, Umar Tanveer Butt, Sadaqat Abbasi, and Wasiq Qayyum Abbasi were all present for attendance. Subsequently, the prosecutor presented Sadaqat Abbasi's statement against Sheikh Rashid in court. However, Chairman Imran Khan and Shah Mehmood Qureshi were unable to appear in the courtroom. Instead, their attendance was recorded from their cell, leading to an adjournment of the hearing.

Bushra Bibi's request for transfer to Adiala Jail exemplifies a remarkable display of courage and integrity, setting a new standard for bravery.

Bushra Bibi filed a request for transfer from sub-jail Bani Gala to Adiala jail in the Islamabad High Court. "I desire to serve my sentence in Adiala Jail like any other inmate. Equality before the law is paramount, hence, the transfer of political workers, including myself, to Bani Gala Sub Jail alongside ordinary prisoners violates this principle of equal rights. On January 31, after enduring a wait from 10 am to 9 pm, I was relocated from Adiala Jail to Sub Jail. Upon inquiry, I was informed about the declaration of the Bani Gala residence as a sub-jail. The notification issued by the Chief Commissioner's Office, Islamabad, on January 31, should be rescinded."

Extension of Imran Khan's interim bail.

"The Lahore Anti-terrorism Court has granted Chairman Imran Khan interim bail extension in 7 cases from May 9 until February 9. Due to the unavailability of video link facilities from Adiala Jail, attendance couldn't be ensured. I will present arguments solely when the video link is established," stated lawyer Salman Safdar.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf challenges the decision to revoke its election symbol.

Today, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf lodged an appeal in the Supreme Court challenging the decision to strip the party of its election symbol, the bat. The 53-page revision petition was presented to the Supreme Court, containing a detailed account of alleged abuses endured by PTI from the start of the elections until the last day of the campaign. This documentation was submitted to Chief Justice Qazi Faez Isa's court, which will always remain on record.

If defending our brother is deemed a crime, then incarcerate us as well.

Chairman Imran Khan's sister, Aleema Khan, said while talking to the media. "We stand in defense of our brother by leaving our homes. If this act is also considered criminal, then we accept imprisonment. Salman Akram Raja is diligently advocating for our brother's cause. Having spent five weeks in Adiala Jail, it is now time to receive the prisoner's certificate. Imran Khan has particularly stressed the importance of remaining at the polling station after casting the vote. Safeguarding the vote is of utmost importance."

The elderly father of a Tehreek-e-Insaf candidate passed away tragically while in police custody.

In Mandi Bahauddin, police conducted a raid on the residence of Tehreek-e-Insaf activist Afzal Qadri (Janu Chak) from PP 41 four days ago. Allegedly, if they didn't receive favourable treatment, they threatened to detain Afzal's father. Subsequently, Afzal's father was arrested and held in custody for four days in Thaqna Pahrianwali. Tragically, he passed away in custody last night.

Islamabad High Court stopped FIA from proceeding against Aleema Khan.

The Islamabad High Court stopped the FIA from proceeding against Aleema Khan until the next hearing.

Notice issued to FIA. Seeking answers, Aleema Khan had approached the Islamabad High Court against the FIA inquiry.

The Sindh High Court has mandated the provision of continuous mobile and internet services.

The Sindh High Court expressed dissatisfaction with the recurrent shutdown of internet services, questioning the functionality of essential services if the internet fails. The Chief Justice commented that it appears the issue will only be addressed after the elections. Consequently, the court issued an order mandating the uninterrupted restoration of internet services nationwide and directed for mobile internet services to continue without interruption.

Cancer patient Dr. Yasmin and others charged with terrorism in May 9 cases.

Dr Yasmeen Rashid, who prevented people from entering the Corps Commander's House in the incidents of May 9, was charged with terrorism today.

Ejaz Chaudhry and Mehmood-ul-Rashid were also indicted. The court ordered a jail trial of the accused, and witnesses were called for the next hearing.

Gas price rises just before the election.

Steps to make gas more expensive before the election.

OGRA has approved a further increase in the average gas tariff to 35.13%.

The caretaker government has set a record for taking maximum loans in just a few months.

The current caretaker government led by the unconstitutional caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar has made a record of borrowing nearly 40 trillion rupees from banks so far, Dawn newspaper reports.