'Misogynist Imran Khan's narrative of victimhood' bound to fail: Marriyum.

ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Monday debunked another narrative of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan that the female workers of his party were being harassed in prisons, as totally baseless.

'A certified liar, who says "men are not robots" and advocates attacks on women and young girls because of wearing short clothes, is now cooking up a new lie to play the victim in the aftermath of public response to the May 9 tragedy,' the minister said in a long thread in Urdu language on her Twitter handle.

She was particularly referring to Imran Khan's statement which he made in an interview with a foreign media outlet that 'If a woman is wearing very few clothes, it will have an impact on the men, unless they're robots. I mean it is common sense'.

Marriyum alleged that Tayyba Gul, who reached out Imran Khan for justice in a case against the then National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chairman, was abducted and held hostage in the Prime Minister's House. The evidence, she provided, was then used to blackmail the NAB chairman so that the then opposition leaders could be put in death cells.

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