I should apologize, Imran hit back at Pakistan Army’s statement

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Why should I apologise, it should be sought from me, the ousted Prime Minister said during an informal conversation with journalists at Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail on Wednesday. The PTI founder was replying to a question related to Tuesday’s press conference of the Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in which he apologized to those involved in the May 9 violent protests and called for anarchy politics before holding any talks. Had demanded to stay away from.

Jailed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founding chairman Imran Khan has rejected the army’s demand to apologize for the May 9 incidents and immediately spoke about his reaction to the violent protests that rocked the country last year after his arrest. The party has been thrown away. Why should I apologise, it should be sought from me, the ousted Prime Minister said during an informal conversation with journalists at Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail on Wednesday. The PTI founder was replying to a question related to Tuesday’s press conference of the Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in which he apologized to those involved in the May 9 violent protests and called for anarchy politics before holding any talks. Had demanded to stay away from.

He had also said that the accused and criminals of May 9 will have to be punished as per the Constitution and law. The events of May 9 refer to the violent protests triggered by the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan in a corruption case from the premises of the Islamabad High Court (IHC) last year. During the protests, alleged PTI supporters damaged public and private properties and also attacked military installations in various parts of the country.

Speaking to reporters today, the PTI founder distanced his party from violent protests and said that the party has never resorted to violence in its 27-year history. He further said that he came to know about the May 9 riots only when he was produced before the then Chief Justice of India Omar Ata Bandial in the Supreme Court. I [पूर्व] Condemned the events of May 9 before Chief Justice Omar Ata Bandial.

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