“We are humans and not sheep, don’t treat us like animals,” Imran Khan warns top army officials
On second day of PTI’s Haqiqi Azadi March, party supremo Imran Khan while addressing his supporters in Shahdara said that, “I want to convey a message that we are humans and not sheep.”
Imran Khan said that he is out at the age of 70 just to let his children [PTI supporters] know about the meaning of true freedom.
While referring to the arrest and alleged custodial torture on part leader Azam Swati, Imran Khan urged Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial to take action against Army personnel who allegedly tortured him.
Azam Swati was illegally tortured for speaking about the Chief of Army Staff and handed over to unidentified persons, Khan added.
Imran also named “General Faisal” and “Sector Commander Faheem”, accusing them of torturing Azam Swati in custody, and urged COAS Bajwa to “remove them” and initiate an inquiry against them as he removed Karachi’s sector in charge on the request of Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari.
Imran Khan said, “We refuse to accept leaders that were once labeled thieves and then placed in the high offices, there was a time when Nawaz Sharif was called a looter and now he is absolved of all crimes,” further adding that, “Similarly, Zardari was known as Mr 10% around the world and now ‘they’ ask us to accept him only because ‘they’ accepted him.”
“I want to tell all of them today that we are humans and not sheep,” Khan concluded.