Police ‘raid’ Omar Ayub’s residence after arrest warrants issued by ATC
ISLAMABAD: (Web Desk) After an anti-terrorism court (ATC) issued warrants for the arrest of Omar Ayub, the opposition leader in the National Assembly, police conducted a raid on the PTI leader’s residence in Islamabad.

 Omar Ayub, who is also secretary general of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), confirmed in a post on social media platform X that warrants for his arrest had been issued. He criticised the authorities for being so "desperate" to apprehend him.

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He further stated in the post, "Bailable arrest warrants were issued for me by ATC Sargodha, but Mianwali Police and Islamabad Police teams came to my Islamabad house to arrest me a few minutes ago.”

The PTI leader maintained: "The federal government, Punjab government, and agencies must be very desperate to arrest the Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly."

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"They will prove beyond doubt that there is no rule of law in Pakistan," he said and pledged that the party would continue its struggle until PTI founder Imran Khan returns to power.

Meanwhile, the PTI claims that the cases against its leaders and activists are "baseless".