Govt’s claim of proving PTI leadership’s involvement through geo-fencing a pack of lies: Hammad

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) senior leader Hammad Azhar termed the government’s allegations of establishing PTI leadership’s involvement in May 9 incidents through geo-fencing a pack of lies.

In a strong reaction to government’s allegations on Wednesday, Hammad refuted the accusations and challenged the authorities to prove his contact with any person on or before May 9.

The PTI leader stated that only through Twitter, he called for Liberty Protest. Hammad Azhar went on to say that when PTI Chairman Imran Khan was arrested, he was in Gakhar city. “Imran Khan did not contact me on May 8 in this regard,” he added.

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