Sharjeel demands Supreme Court to take Suo Moto on the violation of law by Imran Khan.

KARACHI -- Provincial Information Minister Sindh Sharjeel Inam Memon said that today is a darkest day in the history of Pakistan as court orders are being flouted. He added that Islamabad police reached Zaman Park to arrest the Imran Khan but he resisted. The minister reminded that a person who use to advise other not to panic, he himself was in state of panic. The minister said this while talking to media at Sindh Chief Minister House on Sunday. The minister said no one is above the law and Court orders should be implemented in similar way on weaks and power ful people. The Provincial Information Minister said that when the same Islamabad Police reached the residence of former President Asif Ali Zardari to arrest him, everyone witnessed that former President presented himself self with graceful manner for arrest. 'The former president showed courage and proved to be a true political leader. He said that the test tube baby, who was artificially brought into politics, his legs are shivering today in the fear of arrest.

Sharjeel Inam Memon demanded that the Supreme Court on Sunday should take notice of the situation that the court orders are being flouted as it is an insult to the rule of law. He added that message is being spread that there is no rule of law in this country. Sharjeel Inam Memon said that Imran Khan used to say that there is a separate law for the rich and the poor; there is a separate law for the poor and the powerful. But today it has been proved that Imran Khan has brought himself in this class, for which there is no law. 'Had there been a case of arresting a common citizen, the police would have shown such restraint. Would the police treat a poor man like this?' he added.

The minister said that if it was a case of a poor person, the police would have beaten him and thrown him in police mobiles...

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