Female PTI leader complains ‘ill-treatment’ at party rally

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Uzma Kardar has complained to party chairman Imran Khan about mistreatment doled out to her by party activists during a rally in Islamabad, ARY News reported.

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PTI’s women adviser Kardar wrote a ‘condemnation letter’ to Khan, clarifying him that those maltreated her were PTI activists, and not those of PML-N.


She stated that no one else should be blamed for mistreatment. She underlined that it was not a first time that women were maltreated during a rally.

She rebuked the rally organisers, saying the leadership was busy in taking pictures, while no one reviewed arrangements at the venue.


Reacting on the complaint, Imran Khan constituted a four-member committee to probe the matter. The committee comprises Nafeesa Khattak, Naeemul Haq, Younis Ali and Talat Naqvi.

The body is tasked with probing facts of the incident and send a report to Imran Khan in seven days.

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Female PTI leader complains ‘ill-treatment’ at party rally

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