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PTI Secretary-General Omar Ayub Faces Arrest Warrants Amid Escalating Legal Woes

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The Secretary-General of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Omar Ayub, is facing escalating legal troubles as law enforcement agencies have been mobilized to apprehend him. This comes after an anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Sargodha issued warrants for his arrest, further compounding the challenges faced by the embattled political party.

Confirming the issuance of arrest warrants in a social media post, Ayub, who also serves as the Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly, condemned the authorities for their perceived desperation to detain him. He revealed that despite the warrants being bailable, police teams from Mianwali and Islamabad attempted to arrest him at his residence in Islamabad.

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Expressing his frustration, Ayub criticized the federal government, Punjab government, and security agencies, characterizing their actions as a display of desperation to detain the Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly. He went on to assert that the ongoing events serve to highlight the purported absence of rule of law in Pakistan, vowing that PTI will persist in its struggle until the return of the party’s founder, Imran Khan, to power.

The ongoing legal battles have ensnared PTI’s top leadership following the party’s ejection from the government in April 2022, precipitated by successive anti-government protests nationwide. The situation took a turn for the worse when PTI workers carried out vandalism and attacks on state installations on May 9, following the arrest of the party’s founder in a corruption case. Subsequently, numerous leaders and members were arrested, while others distanced themselves from the party.

Despite PTI’s insistence that the allegations against its members are unfounded and politically motivated, the government refutes these claims, denying any victimization and maintaining the legitimacy of the legal proceedings.

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