- Imran Khan intends to sue the CEC for defamation.
- Imran Khan intends to sue for Rs 10 billion in defamation.
- He claims that CEC has called into doubt his integrity and decency, which is why he filed the complaint.
Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), declared on Monday that he would sue Pakistan’s chief election commissioner for Rs. 10 billion in defamation (CEC).
As the Azadi March began its fourth day in Kamoke, Imran Khan addressed the gathering, claiming that CEC Sikandar Sultan Raja acts like a “servant” of the Sharif family.
He alleged that CEC has called into question his honor and honesty, which is why he is suing him for defamation.
While mentioning the long march, Imran Khan commended the nation for its overwhelming enthusiastic support. In addition, he thanked Pakistan’s Chief Justice, Justice Umar Ata Bandial, for hearing Senator Azam Swati’s “torture” complaint.
Imran Khan, the PTI’s leader, had earlier called the bereaved family of female reporter Sadaf Naeem, who died yesterday while covering the march.
The PTI Azadi march has begun in Kamoke for the fourth day of the campaign, and participants are making their way to Islamabad, where they will complete their journey.