PTI worker approaches police to register FIR against Ayesha Gulalai

PESHAWAR: A laborer of the PTI has moved toward a police headquarters in Peshawar with the demand to register a FIR against MNA Ayesha Gulalai for defaming the party and its chairman, Imran Khan.

Gulalai on August 1 quit the PTI in the wake of denouncing Imran and his “gang” of corrupt conduct against ladies. Gulalai had asserted that the PTI boss had been sending her disgusting messages since 2013, a charge fervently invalidated by the PTI. On Friday, Muhammad Amir Khan – director of the PTI’s Youth Revival Committee PTI – presented an application to the SHO of Peshawar’s Hayatabad police headquarters, asking for him to hold up a FIR against Gulalai.
Whenever reached, the SHO Hayatabad said they had gotten the application however it couldn’t be entertained in light of the fact that it had no lawful grounds. “[The PTI worker] has presented an application yet the wrongdoing has not been occurred in my general vicinity so he ought to rather go to the court and record a writ request,” he said. “No FIR can be documented on the grounds gave in his application.”