Daikha jo teer kha kay kameenga ke taraf
Jamait kay students say mulaqat ho gayee

Do you want to to know what happened to Imran khan yesterday at Punjab University??

In case you are not aware and want to know the details
Please see the attached photo and following are few video links:




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Imran Khan was attempting to establish himself as an opposition leader by bringing the students into the anti-Musharraf protests and the Jamiat leaders at the Punjab University didn't like it. Nonetheless, what the Jamiat did was a shameful act by first locking him up and then handing him over to the police. It's absolutely deplorable.


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