Another audio clip of PTI leader Ali Amin Gandapur has emerged on social media, in which he can be heard asking local party leaders and workers to reach Zaman park, the residence of Imran Khan in Lahore.
To clarify, on Friday, a Quetta police team reached Lahore to arrest PTI Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan in a case related to alleged hate remarks against state institutions.
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Amid this backdrop, Ali Amin Gandapur can be heard purportedly asking Dawood Afridi to reach Zaman park along with workers. He, then, said Imran Khan had issued directives for ticket holders to reach his residence so “You should go there and meet him”.
The PTI leader allegedly asked Dawood Afridi to take 50 persons with him to Lahore.
خود کو بچانے کے لئے لوگوں زبردستی زمان پارک بھیجنے کی علی امین گنڈا پور اور داؤد آفریدی کی آڈیو لیکڈ۔ pic.twitter.com/jlABXYbPKd
— صحرانورد (@Aadiiroy2) March 10, 2023
In January, another audio clip surfaced on social media where former federal minister Ali Amin Gandapur can be heard starting a telephonic conversation with a person named Imtiaz and demanding his share of the funds.
The audio clip, which went viral on social media, showed Ali Amin directing Imtiaz to send Rs160 million in cash for him and KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan. In the alleged tape, Imtiaz told the minister about difficulties due to regime change and said he sent Rs160 million to him previously and another Rs160 million is being sent for him only.
Lately, Pakistan is witnessing a slew of audio leaks featuring prominent political leaders. Recently, alleged audio of PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry surfaced on social media. Before that PTI leader Dr. Yasmin Rashid came into the spotlight after her audio with Lahore Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) went viral.
Audio clips of PTI Chairman Imran Khan, PML-N Senior Vice President Maryam Nawaz, former Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin, Parvez Elahi and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif among others have also gone viral.
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