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‘We’re exploring legal response,' Bilawal reacts to Imran’s accusations

The PPP Chairman said that Khan’s allegations had increased the threat to him and his family as there was a history of attacks on his close family members.

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‘We’re exploring legal response,' Bilawal reacts to Imran’s accusations
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Karachi: Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Chairman and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Saturday came down hard upon PTI Chief Imran Khan and said that he should be careful about his statements.

Taking to Twitter, Bilawal Bhutto said, “Imran must realize every time his wife has a dream he cannot just come on tv & make accusations about people. Her dreams won’t stand up in court,”.

In another tweet, the PPP Chairman said that Khan’s allegations had increased the threat to him and his family as there was a history of attacks on his close family members.

He wrote, “After terrorist outfits called [me] and my party out by name in direct threats, Imran has now made false accusations against my father former president [Asif Zardari],”.

Bilawal was of the view, “These statements increase threats to my father, my family & my party. We take them seriously given our history,”.

He also termed the PTI’s accusations as “dangerous”, saying that the PPP was exploring legal responses to Khan’s most recent accusations.

The PPP Chairman also said that they were exploring the legal response to Imran Khan over his defamatory and dangerous accusations.

“We are exploring legal response to Imran latest defamatory and dangerous accusations. In the past, he threatened my father that he was ‘in the crosshairs of his gun’."

The foreign minister said, “He & his associates' history as both sympathizers & facilitators of terrorists are well documented,”.

He reiterated his stance that Khan had unduly sympathy for terrorists and extremists, Bilawal added:

“When in power, he released terrorists and arrested democrats, he handed over Pakhtunkhwa to terrorist organisation, his party funds terrorist groups to this day. All of this will be taken into account if any attack were to take place against myself, my father, or my party.”

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