Imran Khan alleges beating by Punjab Rangers, says army chief behind arrest

Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Friday alleged that he was beaten by Punjab Rangers on the premises of the Islamabad High Court (IHC).

Speaking to reporters at the IHC, Khan said that he was arrested as if he were a terrorist and that the judicial complex was controlled by the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).

“The way I was picked cannot happen without the will of the Army Chief,” Khan said.

He also said that he was afraid that he would be arrested again as soon as he left the High Court.

Khan’s allegations have sparked outrage among his supporters, who have taken to social media to condemn the government’s actions.

The government has denied Khan’s allegations, saying that he was arrested in accordance with the law.

However, Khan’s supporters say that the government is trying to silence him because he is a threat to their power.

The situation in Pakistan is tense, and it is unclear what will happen next.

It is possible that Khan will be arrested again, or that the government will crack down on his supporters.

It is also possible that Khan will be able to continue his protests and challenge the government’s legitimacy.

Only time will tell what will happen in Pakistan, but it is clear that the country is at a crossroads.