Sons of Imran Khan, Kasim and Suleiman Khan, give an important message ahead of the General Elections 2024 elections in Pakistan.
In a tweet posted from the X account of Kasim Khan, the sons of the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan have urged the people of Pakistan to cast their vote and have asked the voters to encourage their friends and family to vote.
A picture was also posted with the tweet. Both the sons are seen holding and raising the PTI flag. “Tomorrow is a big day for Pakistan. Your vote is important because it is your future. Please make a video after voting “I voted for PTI” and post the video or photo on social media. Long live Pakistan #votePTI.,” read the tweet.
They have urged people to make their videos and upload them on social media after casting a vote for PTI. The tweet has spread like wildfire.
Last night, in a surprising turn of events, images and audio recordings of court proceedings purportedly featuring former Prime Minister Imran Khan and Khawar Maneka were leaked from Adiala Jail, stirring up a wave of public excitement just a day before the highly anticipated elections.
The leaked picture and audio, which surfaced last night, have ignited widespread speculation and discussion across social media platforms, with citizens expressing varying reactions to the revelation. While some view the leaks as a breach of privacy and security, others perceive them as a form of transparency and accountability, particularly in the context of political figures.
However, the leaked picture has brought immense joy to supporters of Imran Khan’s political party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). PTI enthusiasts have taken to social media to express their jubilation, seeing the leaked image as a symbol of resilience and defiance in the face of adversity.
Imran Khan, a prominent figure in Pakistani politics, has been at the center of controversy and scrutiny in recent months, following his imprisonment on charges of corruption and misconduct. The official Twitter account of Imran Khan released an important message to the public just a day before the elections.