Imran Khan’s prior surveillance attempt has been thwarted, according to Pakistan’s ARY News. The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leader’s bedroom gadget installation was allegedly paid for by an employee.

The former prime minister’s room cleaner, according to PTI leader Shehbaz Gill, was paid to install the spy device. Gill called the act heinous and unfortunate. Another employee who witnessed the accused trying to plant the device immediately alerted the security personnel at the Bani Gala area, and the attempt was thwarted. The accused was taken into custody by the security team and turned over to the federal police.

“Our citizens are being threatened in an effort to learn more. Such despicable deeds must to be prevented, he continued. According to the PTI leader.

Earlier, Hassaan Niazi, Imran Khan’s nephew, had declared that any harm to the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will be viewed as an attack on Pakistan, according to ANI.

“Imran Khan’s misfortune would be seen as an attack on Pakistan no matter what happens to him. The Handlers will regret their strong response “Niazi mentioned that.

Similar allegations that a plot had been created to assassinate the Pakistani prime minister due to his reluctance to “sell the country” were also made by the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Faisal Vawda.

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By Sakshi Sinha

I am pursuing masters in journalism and mass communication, you can find me on instagram and Facebook. I like to read and write.

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