Elahi says Khawaja Asif speaks against judiciary on daily basis. PTI president says you can't lodge FIR against member of army. He calls out interim CM Mohsin Naqvi, says he was an "intruder".
Title: PTI President Chaudhry Parvez Elahi Reveals His Role in Halting FIR Registration for Imran Khan's Gun Attack
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) President, Chaudhry Parvez Elahi, has acknowledged his decision as the former chief minister to halt the registration of a First Information Report (FIR) and other procedures following the gun attack on PTI chief Imran Khan during the long march in Wazirabad in November of the previous year. In an interview with a private channel, Elahi explained that there were technicalities involved in his decision and emphasized that it is not possible to file an FIR against individuals associated with the armed forces or any of its institutions. He defended his actions, stating that he could not allow any decision that would cause mental distress to the PTI chief, who had appointed him as the provincial chief executive.
Chaudhry Parvez Elahi's Admission about Stopping FIR Registration
In a recent interview with a private channel, Chaudhry Parvez Elahi, the President of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), revealed that he was responsible for halting the registration of a First Information Report (FIR) and other procedures following the gun attack on PTI chief Imran Khan during the long march in Wazirabad in November of the previous year. Elahi, who previously served as the chief minister of Punjab, explained that he made this decision due to certain technicalities involved in the case.
Halting FIR Registration for Imran Khan's Gun Attack
Imran Khan had accused a high-ranking officer of Pakistan's armed forces of being involved in two assassination attempts on his life. He further alleged that the investigations into the attacks were being sabotaged, and officials were being prevented from registering FIRs. Elahi clarified that it is not possible to file an FIR against anyone who is a part of the armed forces or any of its institutions. As the former chief minister, he stated that he had been appointed to his position by Imran Khan himself and, therefore, could not allow any decision that could potentially cause mental distress to the PTI chief.
Elahi's Defense of His Decision
Chaudhry Parvez Elahi emphasized that when a person is in government, they have the authority to appoint individuals to various positions. However, in their case, they did not appoint anyone to obstruct the investigation because it was simply not feasible. He also highlighted that it is not permissible to file an FIR against a judge, as the judiciary has its own relevant body to address such matters.
Criticism of Defence Minister Khawaja Asif
Elahi criticized Defence Minister Khawaja Asif for his continuous criticism of the judiciary. Asif recently stated that the institution should be held accountable for illegal and unconstitutional actions taken over the past 75 years. This statement has escalated tensions between the government and the Supreme Court. Elahi questioned whether Asif and others who speak against institutions are not ashamed of their remarks.
Punjab Elections and Interim Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi
In regards to the highly anticipated elections in Punjab, Chaudhry Parvez Elahi referred to interim Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi as an "intruder." Elahi argued that the elections had not been conducted even after the completion of the mandated 90-day period. He expressed his opinion that there is nothing wrong with holding the elections in June.
Chaudhry Parvez Elahi, the President of PTI, openly admitted to his role in halting the registration of an FIR and other procedures in relation to the gun attack on Imran Khan during the long march in Wazirabad. Elahi justified his decision by citing technicalities
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