Marriyum Aurangzeb claims PTI's Shahbaz Gill was not tortured

Marriyum Aurangzeb

ISLAMABAD: Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb on Saturday censured PTI boss Imran Khan and party individuals for spreading "counterfeit misleading publicity" on media with respect to Shahbaz Gill.

Tending to a public interview in the government capital, the data serve delivered recordings of Gill, who is at present under treatment at PIMS Hospital, showing that the PTI pioneer is "entirely fine" and no indications of torment should be visible on Imran Khan's head of staff.

Marriyum expressed that throughout the previous three days "misleading publicity" is being spread via web-based entertainment as "counterfeit" recordings of Gill are being spread on all media stages in regards to him being tormented during his detainment.

Emphasizing the alliance government's cases, she said Gill gave a beeper to the confidential news channel on the bearings of the party boss and the "script was likewise given to him by Khan".

"No savagery has occurred and the recordings being shared via web-based entertainment are phony," she said, adding that those recordings flowing via virtual entertainment are really of the one who was blamed for assault in Chakwal.

The data serve derided Gill for organizing publicity when he sees the camera.

"A body of evidence has been enrolled against Gill as per the law and examination is in progress," Aurangzeb said, naming the news seeing him being physically attacked as "counterfeit".

"A tempest of rowdiness was seen via online entertainment," Aurangzeb said, cautioning that spreading counterfeit recordings fall under the classification of cybercrime.

The data serve said that a request is being held with respect to this and Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah "will before long present proof before everyone."

Nonetheless, she implied that all "spots of the story associate with Khan"; repeating that the PTI boss needed to redirect consideration from the truth — "which is against him."

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