Imran Khan, former Prime Minister of Pakistan, faces allegations of poisoning his wife while she was under house arrest.

During a court hearing at Adiala Jail on Tuesday, Imran Khan claimed that his wife still exhibited symptoms of poisoning, evident from the condition of her skin and tongue.

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan alleged that his wife was poisoned while in captivity by the country’s government and army. Imran, who is jailed in multiple cases, on Tuesday alleged that Bushra was poisoned in the Tosakhana case while he was imprisoned at his private residence.


Later, the Pakistan government issued guidelines to turn the residence into a sub-jail. Bushra was imprisoned there. Imran said during a case hearing at Adiala Jail on Tuesday that his wife’s skin and tongue still showed traces of the poison’s side effects.


Addressing Justice Nasir Javed Rana, Imran said, “If there is any harm to my wife, the Pakistan Army Chief (General Asim Munir) and his forces should be held responsible.” Because they were controlling everything.”


Incidentally, on January 31, the special anti-corruption review court of that country sentenced Imran and Bushra to 14 years in prison in the Toshakhana case. The Islamabad High Court stayed the execution of the sentence on Monday. A special hearing was held on Tuesday in the special court of Adiala Jail.



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