‘My loyalty is being tested’ as oppression is increasing, says Tareen
LAHORE – Responding over FIA actions, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Jahangir Tareen has said that oppression is increasing and his loyalty is being tested.
Speaking to the journalists after court appearance, the PTI leader said that his loyalty is being tested for one year but he is still silent but that he is not parting ways with the PTI. He complained that three cases have been lodged against him and injustice against him is increasing.
“Not one or two but three FIRs have been registered against me.” “My question is the same from day one that there are over 80 sugar mills in Pakistan, why am I being singled out?”
Jahangir Tareen also asked that why a friend is being pushed towards animosity and why political revenge is being taken from him. he stressed that only he is the target out of 80 sugar mills of Pakistan. I want justice from PTI, he said while adding that his bank accounts have been frozen along with his son’s.
On the other hand, a banking court extended on Wednesday the interim bail granted to Jahangir Tareen, his son Ali Tareen and two other accused in a money laundering case.
The court extended their interim pre-arrest bail until April 10 due to the absence of judge Ameer Muhammad Khan.