US congressman discusses Pakistan’s situation with Imran Khan

LAHORE March 21 : United States Congressman Mike Levin on Tuesday discussed Pakistan’s current situation with Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on a telephone call.

They discussed role of international organisations on protection of human rights and democracy in Pakistan. They also discussed police brutality on women and children.

“We are watching the situation of Pakistan very closely. We are committed to protect the human rights and democracy,” he said.

Imran Khan said the constitution, law and human rights were being violated in Pakistan. He said his life was under threat from the ruling government.

“We are striving hard for implementation of the constitution and democracy in Pakistan,” he said asking the human rights organisations to take notice of Pakistan’s situation.

Meanwhile, in a tweet, Imran Khan on Tuesday said ‘Namaloom Afraad’ (unidentified persons) were there at the Judicial Complex (JC) in Islamabad, during his appearance before the court on March 18, to kill him in the mock fight.

Sharing a video of the chaos at the JC filled with the law enforcers, he tweeted, “The scenes I was confronted with as I entered the gates of Judicial Complex. Let there be no doubt that this force along with the ‘Unknowns’ – namaloom afraad – were there not to put me in jail but to eliminate me by staging a mock fight & pretending my death was an accident.

“Allah, the Greatest Protector, had other plans.”

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