Parvez Elahi disputes allegations and declares his support for PTI founder

The former Punjab chief minister said in a statement that he would not desert Imran Khan and that there is misinformation being circulated regarding a pact with the government. Mohsin Naqvi was among the relatives who were spreading these rumours, the speaker said.

While he was incarcerated, Parvez Elahi insisted that he had made many sacrifices for the PTI. He issued a dire warning, saying the party will soon seize power and that those attempting to sow discord inside the party will ultimately fail.

He further urged an apology to the country from those who had stolen the people’s mandate.

A few days had passed since his months-long incarceration at Kot Lakhpat Jail ended when he made the statement.

The Lahore High Court (LHC) ordered the release of the former Punjab chief minister and granted him bail in relation to an alleged illegal appointment that occurred in the Punjab Assembly.

The court’s previously reserved decision was delivered by LHC Judge Sultan Tanveer Ahmad. The PTI president arrived at his home in Zahoor Elahi after the announcement.

Elahi thanked followers for their steadfast support throughout his recent hardships in a statement. I express my gratitude to Allah for bestowing upon me the bravery to stay firm. Additionally, I am appreciative of the judges who upheld the truth and gave me their support.

In a case involving unauthorised appointments to the Punjab Assembly, Parvez Elahi was placed under arrest. The statement asserted that Elahi had illegally appointed twelve grade 17 officers to the Punjab Assembly.

He said, “Records in the Punjab Assembly were manipulated to give jobs to unsuccessful candidates. During the hiring process, corrupt officials benefited from the use of fake testing services.”

On June 3rd, 2018, Elahi was first taken into custody in connection with the recruiting of the Punjab Assembly. Following his claimed unlawful appointment of Bhatti, he was then taken into custody on September 18 and placed under judicial detention by a Lahore court.

After a month, Bhatti was released from custody by a judicial magistrate in connection with another corruption case, although he was still detained. Elahi’s bail request was turned down later that month.

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