PTI MNA Noor Alam Khan has been facing the heat ever since he announced that he will go against PM Khan in the no-confidence vote. His decision has sparked outrage and criticism from PTI leaders, as well as the supporters.
Regarding this, a video is going viral on social media where PTI activists confront the disgruntled MNA. They question him over his actions and accuse him of cheating on the country.
“You are cheating and destroying the country. Shame on you,” one man said. They also urged him to stop hiding his face and told him to take off his mask. Meanwhile, PTI MNA Noor Alam maintained that he did nothing and told the men to stop talking nonsense.
To clarify, Noor Alam Khan is amongst the group of dissident PTI MNAs who broke ranks from PTI and moved to the Sindh House. Lately, the Sindh House has become controversial as it is being considered the hub of ‘horse-trading’.
PM Khan publicly claimed that the money of the people of Sindh was loaded into sacks and being brought to Islamabad to buy MNAs, presumably referring to the Sindh House.
Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry has highlighted Sindh House as a ‘den of horse-trading’. The information minister also posted a Tweet on Friday calling Noor Alam Khan and Raja Riaz ‘besharam’ [shameless].
There are also allegations that Noor Alam Khan received “Rs. 25 crores” from the Opposition for vowing to go against PM Khan.
میری انفارمیشن کیمطابق وزیراعظم عمران خان کو پیش کردہ انٹیلیجنس رپورٹ
— Adil Raja (@soldierspeaks) March 17, 2022
As a result, PTI leaders and activists have been charged against him. They have been calling him out for first winning the NA 27 Peshawar seat on a PTI ticket, and then later going against the party.
Lol, Noor Alam Khan is asking him to meet me outside… pic.twitter.com/1g3XtZtcor
— Ihtisham Ul Haq (@iihtishamm) March 18, 2022
Noor Alam receives death threats?
Furthermore, Noor Alam Khan claimed that he received death threats. He shared a screenshot of messages sent from an unknown number.
“Receiving threats telling me what we did with Benazir Bhutto Shaheed and Bashir Bilour Shaheed will do with you and your three sons. I saved other numbers who have given threats. Present leadership will be responsible,” Noor Alam tweeted.
Meanwhile, netizens have raised suspicion on the country dialing code which supposedly is of India’s. Nevertheless, the situation is rather alarming as the threats come when a group of angry PTI workers forcibly stormed the Sindh House.
The PTI legislatures and workers forcibly entered the building located in the Red Zone of the federal capital just days before the voting on the joint opposition’s no-trust motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.
PTI MNAs Faheem Khan and Ataullah, along with a group of charged party workers entered the Sindh House, knocking down a gate and shouting slogans, and holding Lotas (spouted globulars) in their hands to symbolise turncoats.