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Haleem Adil pens letter to Chief Justice claiming life threats

  • Haleem Adil pens down letter to CJP claiming life threats
  • He nominated Asif Zardari, Bilawal Bhutto and Murad Ali Shah in the letter
  • Haleem Adil claims that he would be assassinated in the police custody

KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Haleem Adil Sheikh claimed that he has some serious life threats in a letter to the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) adding that he would be murdered in the police custody.

The PTI member penned down in the letter that more than 20 fake cases were filed against him as he became the Leader of Opposition and has been receiving threats for raising his voice for the people of Sindh.

Haleem Adil also alleged in the letter that Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-Chairperson Asif Ali Zardari and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto have shaped plans against him with the help of CM Murad Ali Shah.

“There were armed attacks on me and my team in Larkana, Umerkot, Malir and Nawabshah and I was stopped fulfilling my duties as Opposition Leader,” he wrote.

He also claimed that multiple raids were carried out at his residence in order to arrest him adding that the police would take him into custody to assassinate him.

Sheikh also penned down in the letter that the task to arrest him has been handed over to a corrupt police officer and named Asif Ali Zardari, Bilawal Bhutto and Murad Ali Shah responsible for any mishap in his plea.

The PTI leader determinedly wrote that he is the servant of the people and will continue to expose the miscreants of PPP quoting it as his responsibility.

Notably, the leader on Wednesday claimed that he is being targeted for political revenge, and the Anti-Corruption Police want to arrest him even after bail.

“Some unknown cars are circulating my home since morning. The anti-corruption police of Karachi have been given the task to arrest me. I was at my home these days for my daughter’s wedding,” Opposition leader asserted.

Courtesy Bol News

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