Mother of former PTI leader Usman Dar, announces to contest elections against Khwaja Asif in place of her son. The prominent leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), who had been missing for several days, resurfaced in an explosive interview on a private news channel.
In the interview, Dar pointed fingers at PTI chairman Imran Khan, holding him responsible for the events of May 9 and stunningly announced his exit from politics.
Dar’s revelations are part of a growing trend within PTI, where numerous party leaders and loyalists have distanced themselves from Imran Khan following attacks on military installations.
In his interview, Dar accused Imran Khan of orchestrating attacks that had a significant impact on the country’s political landscape. He alleged that these actions were taken to undermine the military’s authority after the failure of a no-confidence motion.
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Usman Dar, a young politician from Sialkot who was once considered a staunch supporter of Imran Khan, had been in hiding for months to avoid arrest in multiple cases. Unfortunately, he was abducted approximately 20 days ago from Karachi’s Malir Cantt.
Dar’s statements shed light on the May 9 attacks, which were allegedly aimed at removing Army chief General Syed Asim Munir. He asserted that the events leading up to May 9 were not spontaneous and revealed that Imran Khan had given orders to attack military installations in the event of his arrest.
Following the interview of Usman Dar, his mother appeared in a video statement, challenging PML-N leader Khawaja Asif on the political stage. She accused Asif of achieving his goals against her son through coercion and announced her son’s withdrawal from politics. However, she reiterated her support for Imran Khan, who had been in custody for two months in various cases.
She warned that she is not afraid of Khwaja Asif and that he would contest elections against him.
These developments have added to the political turmoil in Pakistan, as PTI continues to face internal dissent and allegations surrounding the May 9 incidents.