Pakistan: Screws on another close friend of Imran Khan, former Home Minister of Pakistan Sheikh Rashid arrested
Sheikh Rasheed Arrested: Condemning the arrest of Sheikh Rasheed, former PM of Pakistan Imran Khan said that we are being pushed for agitation on the streets.
Pakistan Ex Minister Sheikh Rasheed Arrested: Pakistan is currently going through a severe economic and political crisis. Meanwhile, former Home Minister of Pakistan and head of Awami Muslim League (AML) Sheikh Rasheed was arrested on Thursday (February 2). According to media reports, he has been arrested from Rawalpindi.
Sheikh Rashid is considered very close to former PM of Pakistan and PTI chief Imran Khan. PTI chief and former PM Imran Khan has strongly condemned the Shehbaz Sharif government over the arrest of Sheikh Rashid.
Pakistan’s former home minister arrested
Pakistan’s former Interior Minister and Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has been arrested from his home in Rawalpindi. Former PM Imran Khan said, “Strongly condemn the arrest of Sheikh Rashid. Never in the history of the country has there been such a discredited, biased and vindictive government. The question is, are we being pushed to agitate on the streets in a bankrupt Pakistan?
How many more arrests in Pakistan?
It was also written from the official Twitter handle of PTI, “How many more arrests, and how many shoddy FIRs will you do?” Will this improve the economic condition of Pakistanis? Think about Pakistan, our country is going down and the regime is engaged in promoting fascism.
Qasim Khan Suri also strongly condemned
Former Deputy Speaker of Pakistan National Assembly Qasim Khan Suri has also strongly criticized the arrest of Sheikh Rasheed. He tweeted, “A group of failed rulers have adopted the worst of tactics to avoid elections. They are afraid to come in front of people. Fawad Chaudhary was released last night. After the arrest of many leaders including Fawad, now the arrest of big politician Sheikh Rashid is a part of the cheap politics of the government.