Startling allegations have emerged from the legal team of former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, as they claim that their client is being subjected to slow poisoning during his incarceration. The accusation has sparked concerns about Khan’s well-being and the conditions of his imprisonment.
Imran Khan, who served as Pakistan’s Prime Minister from 2018 to 2021, is currently facing legal troubles. His lawyers have publicly alleged that he is experiencing a gradual decline in health due to suspected poisoning while in custody.
Imran Khan’s legal team has called for an urgent medical examination to ascertain the former Prime Minister’s condition. They argue that a thorough investigation is necessary to determine whether he has been exposed to any harmful substances. They also demanded that Imran Khan should be allowed to consume home made food to avoid such threats.
"Former PM of #Pakistan #ImranKhan told his lawyers today that"they have started giving me slow poison and all this is being done by ISI" Advocate Aftab Bajwa.@JeremyMcLellan @steve_hanke @UNWatch @hrw @SALHACHIMI @Abdulla_Alamadi @MazMHussain#ImranKhanNeedsJustice pic.twitter.com/XXgBZKaczs
— Haider Ali (@Haider4PTI) October 31, 2023
The Pakistani government has responded to these allegations by asserting that Khan is receiving proper medical care and that his health is being monitored closely. They have also emphasized the importance of maintaining the rule of law and due process.
As the situation unfolds, many are watching closely to see how this alarming claim will be addressed. The allegations of slow poisoning, made by Imran Khan’s legal team, have raised profound questions about his safety and the conditions of his detention. Both supporters and skeptics are awaiting further developments to shed light on this troubling issue.