New Delhi: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and his spouse Bushra Bibi had been placed on a no-fly listing and barred from travelling overseas, a media report stated on Thursday. Other than them, no less than 80 different members of his social gathering Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had been placed on the listing, information company PTI reported citing the Samaa Information channel.
Khan and a number of other high leaders of the PTI social gathering are dealing with instances following the violence after he was arrested on Might 9 in a corruption case.
“The federal authorities has determined so as to add the names of 80 individuals, together with PTI Chairman Imran Khan and his spouse Bushra Bibi, to the no-fly listing,” the Samaa Information channel reported.
Nevertheless, there was no official affirmation on the event from Khan’s social gathering, the information company acknowledged.
Along with Khan and Bushra, these included within the listing embody PTI leaders Murad Saeed, Maleeka Bukhari, Fawad Chaudhry and Hammad Azhar, Qasim Suri, Asad Qaiser, Yasmin Rashid and Mian Aslam, the channel stated, in keeping with PTI.
Fawad Chaudhry has already give up the social gathering however his title has been listed amongst those that can’t fly out of Pakistan.
The names of all of the PTI leaders had been put within the listing on the advice of the “establishments involved”, the information channel reported.
It stated that the police division, Nationwide Accountability Bureau and the anti-corruption division had requested the Ministry of Inside to incorporate these names to the no-fly listing.
Pakistan authorities keep completely different classes of people who find themselves banned from leaving the nation for numerous causes, together with those that face corruption instances.
However these lists had been used prior to now by the governments to muzzle the opposition.
When Khan was the prime minister, names of a number of high-profile personalities, together with PML-N chief and present prime minister Shehbaz Sharif, had been placed on the no-fly listing.