Imran Khan Faces Allegations of Alcohol and Cocaine Consumption, Further Legal Action Imminent


In a shocking development, traces of alcohol and cocaine consumption have allegedly been found in the body of Imran Khan, the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party. Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel revealed this information during a press conference, citing a medical report conducted while Khan was under arrest in a corruption case. If proven true, Khan is likely to face severe legal consequences in addition to the more than 100 cases already pending against him. The medical examination took place at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences in Islamabad following Khan’s arrest in the Al-Qadir Trust case. According to the health minister, the initial evaluation disclosed the presence of “toxic chemicals” such as alcohol and cocaine in Khan’s urine sample.

Patel expressed intentions to make Khan’s medical report public, raising concerns about his mental stability and describing his conduct as unfitting for a man in his position. This is not the first time Imran Khan has been entangled in such controversies. His ex-wife, Reham Khan, had previously accused him of using drugs, alleging that he regularly consumed cocaine and ecstasy. These claims have further fueled the speculation surrounding Khan’s personal life and raised questions about his suitability as a political leader. Moreover, Khan and several high-ranking members of the PTI party are currently facing multiple cases related to the violent protests that erupted following Khan’s arrest on May 9 in a corruption case. The protests resulted in extensive damage to military installations, including the Lahore Corps Commander’s House, the Mianwali airbase, the ISI building in Faisalabad, and even the Army headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi.

As a consequence of the violence, thousands of Khan’s supporters were arrested, and the Army denounced the events as a “dark day” in the nation’s history. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has vowed to bring the perpetrators to justice, stating that individuals involved in attacks on military targets would face trial in military courts, while those charged with attacks on civilian targets would be prosecuted under civilian laws. The allegations of alcohol and cocaine consumption add a new dimension to the ongoing controversies surrounding Imran Khan, intensifying the legal challenges he faces and further raising doubts about his suitability as a political figure.


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