Former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) member Ayesha Gulalai said that there is still time for PTI chairman Imran Khan to apologise to “the nation and its women” and she is ready to accept his apology if and when he does.
Gulalai, who is still an MNA, said that she will present all evidence if summoned by the parliamentary committee, formed to probe allegations by her against Imran.
“The matter has now gone to the Parliament. [Imran should be worried] that he might face embarrassment.”
Gulalai had on Thursday alleged that Imran had hinted towards tying the knot in the texts sent to her, which also included inappropriate messages.
She claimed that she had informed her father that Imran had asked her to meet alone. She said she went along with her father and brother to meet Imran, which irked him.
Gulalai added that her father had asked Imran regarding what he wanted, but Imran dodged the question.
“I am ready to sit infront of Imran and can confront him on the obnoxious messages that he sent. He put me through mental torture and pain,” said Gulalai.
She had reiterated that Imran had sent her the first inappropriate message in 2013.
PTI, however, on Friday rejected the demand for a bi-partisan parliamentary committee to probe Gulalai’s allegations.
Speaking in a press conference, Mehmood said: “we will not accept the committee of our political rivals. We are ready for the probe but investigation on the issue must be transparent.”
He added that when political rivals will be investigating the case how it could be independent and transparent.
Mehmood said that Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz is running a dirty campaign against Imran Khan.