"" 70 PTI employees became police in Gujranwala as part of JAIL BHARO TEHREEK

70 PTI employees became police in Gujranwala as part of JAIL BHARO TEHREEK

 As the fifth day of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party's "Jail Bharo Tehreek" campaign began today, at least 70 party members and Gujranwala supporters have threatened to be arrested.

The PTI claimed on Twitter that Zafarullah Cheema and Nazar Muhammad Gondal, two former MPAs, were the first to voluntarily turn themselves into the police in Gujranwala.

Former Punjabi Health Minister Yasmin Rashid said in a statement that six prison trucks loaded with PTI members had already left for jail. She said, "Female PTI employees are prohibited from boarding the jail vehicle."

70 PTI employees became police in Gujranwala as part of "JAIL BHARO TEHREEK."

Rashid claimed that Chaudhry Ilyas Gujjar, his nephew, and Qamar Abbas Tarrar were among those who had courted arrest. Yasmin Rashid praised the populace for supporting former prime minister Imran Khan, who called for the formation of the "Jail Bharo Tehreek."

The Gujranwala Central Prison administration turned away Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) members earlier in the day who were turning themselves into the Jail Bharo Tehreek.

The police and the district administration have been alerted by the jail administration in a letter. Gujranwala Prison is already overcrowded, according to jail officials, since 3,300 inmates are being held there instead of the 1,500 allowed.

The PTI employees detained in Gujranwala would reportedly be transferred to different provincial jails.

Prisoner Bharo Tehreek

It is important to note that the Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI) launched its "Jail Bharo Tehreek" (court arrest movement) today from Lahore after the party's leading officials, including Vice-Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Asad Umar, and Azam Swati willingly turned themselves into the police.

The "court arrest" campaign was started in opposition to "violations of fundamental rights," "abuse of the Constitution," "extraordinary inflation," and "economic collapse."

70 PTI employees became police in Gujranwala as part of "JAIL BHARO TEHREEK."

Up to 200 leaders and workers for the "Jail Bharo Movement" would surrender today, per Imran Khan's orders.

Imran Khan, the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and a former prime minister, stated that PTI was launching the "Jail Bharo Tehreek" for two key reasons.

Imran Khan stated on Twitter that the effort to achieve "Haqeeqi Azadi" [true independence] had two primary goals.

Announcing that the PTI leaders were the subjects of false corruption allegations and FIRs, he continued, "One, it is a peaceful, non-violent protest against the onslaught on our constitutionally protected fundamental rights."

According to the party's schedule, the court arrest drive would begin in Peshawar on February 23 after Lahore. Following Rawalpindi will be Multan on February 24, Gujranwala on February 25, Sargodha on February 27, and Sahiwal on February 28. On March 1, Faisalabad will join the initiative.

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