04 August, 2017
A three-member bench of Supreme Court has seized a petition filed by PML-N's Hanif Abbasi seeking disqualification of PTI Chief Imran Khan for non-disclosure of assets, ownership of offshore companies and unaccountable foreign funding in the party. "Imran Khan asked her to contact the party's parliamentary board for the ticket but she was not interested in following the ticket issuance procedure", he claimed.
She added that her father had asked Khan about what he wanted, but he dodged the question. "This time, we will present our demands and we will take assurance that the umpires remain neutral and will take to streets if our just demands are not met", said the PTI chief.
She said that Imran Khan sent "indecent" text messages to female members of the party.
He criticised Ms Gulalai for the character assassination of Imran Khan and asked her to publicly apologise for it to prevent defamation case. "They can be retrieved by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA)", she said.
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She said Gulalai belonged to the tribal regions and therefore, she didn't deserve to contest elections from Peshawar on the PTI ticket.
She said Imran Khan would also give hints about the marriage in his "inappropriate messages" which she initially tried to ignore.
Chairman Imran Khan said Thursday that he respects Ayesha Gulalai as a woman but was shocked at the "baseless allegations" leveled against him. In addition, the party also alleged that Ayesha Gulalai was paid Rs 500 million for defaming Imran Khan.