Update on Ayesha Gulalai’s Case

Ayesha Gulalai who is nominated MNA on one of the reserved seats from Pakistan Tehrek-e-Insaaf in KPK province, accused PTI chairman Imran Khan of harassment. She said Imran Khan sent her inappropriate and dirty messages on her phone in October 2013. She further claimed, after that she has been receiving same sort of text messages from Imran Khan by time to time. She claimed all this in a press conference on 1st of august 2017. During the press conference she accused Imran Khan and his party members of many corruption allegations. She claimed that KPK chief minister Pervaiz Khatak is a very corrupt person and has been involved in money laundering cases, and he should resign from CM ship and an investigation must be conducted for his corruption.

As a woman Member of National Assembly and a very active member of PTI team, she has been standing for the people of KPK on different issues like Load Shedding, Nawaz Sharif’s corruption, and many other issues. Her allegations on PTI chairman Imran Khan, and many other PTI members around him, are very serious and is first case of its type in the History of Pakistan Parliament. As per Ayesha Gulalai she is the victim of PTI’s culture where men have no respect for any women in the party. She further claimed that first txt message from Imran Khan was received on October 2013, and last txt message was around July of 2017. During this time of 4 years she has been receiving text messages from Imran Khan and other Party members like Naeem-ul-Haq and others. She has been ignoring these inappropriate messages since then.

But on August 1st 2017, she held a press conference, where she accused PTI members and party Chairman on harassment. New Prime minister Mr Shahid Khaqan Abbasi formed a parliament committee for the investigation of Ayesha’s allegations on PTI members. Imran Khan welcomed and appreciate the committee and demanded an independent inquiry on this issue. PTI has offered an alternate solution for independent inquiry on this issue.

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