During a press conference on Saturday, PTI senator Azam Swati sobbed because he thought his wife had been videotaped in a private room.
In response to inquiries from the media, Swati said that as he was asking his wife what had occurred, she was sobbing in anguish. He continued by saying that the uproar continued for five to ten minutes before she eventually began to speak. He first got in touch with his daughter to beg her to tell his wife what had transpired. Swati had three stents in his heart valve due to a heart issue. He claimed that his daughter had begged him to wait while she went to comfort her mother and talked to her.
My entire life has been spent with the mother of my daughter. I should let my daughter know that I go to bed at 9 p.m. and perform Tahajjud at 3:00 a.m. Swati is aware that it is now simple for anyone to create a phony video. She knows this because someone changed the date on her video, which was captured by the ruthless people who saved me, from October 13 to October 14.
Swati admitted that the video contained only her and her wife’s tears while her daughter wept in despair.
In shock, emotional Swati asked, “How could this ever happen?”
Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), issued a public apology to a woman who had been hurt in a personal, non-public tahajut guzaar event. The incident had embarrassed the woman, Mrs. Swati, which is what led to his testimony.
Pakistan was established according to Islamic principles, which place a high importance on human dignity, family honor, and the inviolability of one’s chadar or chardawari. These ideals have been violated by the state by stripping a guy in custody, abusing, and degrading him. And now his wife has experienced a privacy invasion. This is truly abhorrent, terrible, and disgusting. I implore the CJP to take action on its own.
According to a criminal complaint made by the Federal Investigation Agency, a lawmaker from the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, the political organization of senator Azam Swati, tweeted an insulting comment on Twitter. This report claims that the offensive tweet called the army leader a fool and threatened other government organizations.
Swati tweeted the names of the prime minister and army chief after they were exonerated of a serious money laundering case.
While in custody, Swati alleges that he was mistreated and tortured; he specifically names two military members as his tormentors. The alleged abuse was also denounced by the Senate Committee on Human Rights.