Karachi [Pakistan]July 18 (ANI): Muhammad Ismail Rahoo, Sindh’s Minister of Agriculture, demands that the Center immediately take action and register a case against Pakistan’s former Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan, for allegedly threatening PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
The threat, “stated that Bilawal would meet the same fate as his late mother Benazir Bhutto, posted from a Twitter account allegedly run by Ehsan,” reports The Express Tribune.
Earlier this year, Ehsan released an audio message claiming that he had escaped from prison. However, he refused to divulge the same details. He also claimed that he had lived in Turkey with his family.
Ehsan was involved in a brutal attack on a school in Peshawar on December 16, 2014, which killed 150 children. He is also responsible for the attempted murder of the youngest Nobel peace prize winner Malala Yousafzai.
According to the report, the tweet was posted in response to a PPP media wing post about Bilawal’s speech criticizing Prime Minister Imran Khan for “calling a terrorist a martyr” in the National Assembly.
Last month, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan raised another controversy by calling the murdered terrorist and mastermind 9/11 Osama bin Laden a “martyr” (martyr) when addressing the National Assembly.
Viral video clips show PTI leaders criticizing the United States about how Laden was killed in Abbottabad. Khan said, “Shaheed Kar diya”.
Rahoo while condemning the threat said that the PM would be responsible if something happens to Bilawal. He also observed that the PPP chairman spoke against the PM, but had received threats from Ehsanullah.
“Nobody from Islamabad or Bani Gala [the PM’s residence] has condemned the threat, “he said as quoted by The Express Tribune. (ANI)
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