Jemima Goldsmith took a sigh of relief after Supreme Court ordered the release of Imran Khan from NAB custody on Thursday. NAB had taken Imran Khan into its custody from the premises of the Islamabad High Court on Tuesday when he had appeared in the court for his bail.
Khan was dragged, pulled, and shoved in the car as seen by the videos circulating on social media. Jemima Goldsmith, his former wife, and mother of his sons, expressed relief following the Supreme Court judgment.
Finally sense has prevailed 🙏🏼🇵🇰 pic.twitter.com/8K5IV1BgKt
— Jemima Goldsmith (@Jemima_Khan) May 11, 2023
In a tweet, she wrote, “Finally sense has prevailed,” with an emoji of hands showing gratitude and the Pakistan flag.
People cherished her concern for Imran Khan. His former brother-in-law Ben Goldsmith in his interview with Sky News said that he is concerned for his life. He has always admired him and called Imran Khan an inspiration for himself.
Jemima’s brother Ben Goldsmith on Sky News about Imran Khans arrest. pic.twitter.com/je0JYQegtt
— Ihtisham Ul Haq (@iihtishamm) May 11, 2023
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Ben Goldsmith also talked about the teenage days of Imran Khan in which he recalled he used to come to his home for cricket and loved to spend time in nature. He added that his family loves him deeply.
When asked what advice he would give him to Imran, Ben said: Imran Khan is a staunch believer of a higher plan; he believes people are meant to do good in their unique ways. He trusts in that plan and believes that everything will be good in some way in the end.
He is garnering support from the international community following his arrest. Several celebrities and former cricketers too have expressed solidarity with former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Pakistani pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi also changed his Twitter display picture of a meeting with former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The pacer changed his profile picture of his meeting with Imran Khan. He is the first current Pakistani cricketer to have expressed solidarity with former cricketer and Prime Minister Imran Khan. The cricketer also penned down a message calling for peace.