21st September 2023 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.
- Former Prime Minister Imran Khan's unlawful detention has now exceeded forty-seven days. Imran Khan is being denied continuous basic human amenities and justice. Various cases of Imran Khan are with Chief Justice Amir Farooq of Islamabad High Court, but decisions are not being announced. Today, once again, the request for the release of bail in various cases of Imran Khan was heard. The lawyers presented complete evidence, but Chief Justice reserved the decision. The exact date of the announcement of the decision is unknown.
- Chairman Imran Khan, through his nominated attorney Naeem Haider Panjutha requested to meet his doctors and lawyers. Today, the court accepted the request to allow him to meet with Dr. Muhammad Asim Yousaf, Sameer Khosa, Salman Akram Raja, and Sardar Latif Khosa.
- Imran Khan legal team filed a petition in the court yesterday, requesting Imran Khan to be presented before the court for his cases. Today, the magistrate of Islamabad Court issued an order to Superintendent Attock jail directing him to produce Imran Khan before the court on September 25.
- Vice Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, has been unlawfully detained in the Cypher case and is being treated poorly. Despite the court order, he was not allowed to meet his family. His lawyers had filed a request against this, and today the court issued an order allowing Shah Mahmood Qureshi to meet his family.
- The Election Commission has announced that the General Elections to be held in January 2024 in the last week of January. The Election Commission reviewed the work of constituency delimitation today and will publish the initial list of constituencies on September 27, 2023. It was stated in the Election Commission's announcement that after the review of objections and suggestions on constituency delimitation, the final list will be issued on November 30.
- Every person who supports Imran Khan is being punished. The head of the Awami Muslim League, Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, is also being targeted in this series. First, he and his nephews were kidnapped. So far, he has not been presented in any court. Now, his residence Lal Haveli, has also been sealed.
- In Mardan, the Anti-Terrorism Court has approved the bails of 127 workers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf who were arrested after the incident of May 9th. Five months later, innocent people have been safely escorted to their homes by the Insaf Lawyers Forum. Chairman Imran Khan has issued special instructions that workers should not be left alone under any circumstances.
- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader, Chaudhry Mudassir Mucchiana, is being targeted by the Gujrat district administration for supporting Imran Khan. After multiple raids and crackdowns on his house and farm, several of his shops and plaza have also been sealed on Bhamber Road, where Mudassir Mucchiana resides. On the other hand, the police also raided the house of former MPA Chaudhry Iftikhar Hussain Gondal in Sargodha, breaking the windows and personal items and harassing the women of his house.
- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf had announced a symbolic funeral prayer for Ammar in Liaquat Bagh. However, the Rawalpindi administration flooded Liaquat Bagh so that the funeral prayer could not be held. This is the worst example of fascism.
- One difficulty after another for the people of Pakistan. The price of flour has been increased by Rs.5 per kilogram. The price of local chickpea flour has now reached Rs. 175 per kilogram. The storm of inflation has engulfed everything. The Flour Mill Owners Association has also applied the new price.
- The acquisition of affordable sugar remains conditional to the arrest of 13 big sugar dealers. There has been no success, despite conducting raids against 13 major sugar brokers. The noose around the neck of the sugar mafia could not be tightened. The price of sugar has now reached Rs. 185 per kilogram, up from Rs. 175 per kilogram.