Imran Khan’s detention

A collection of clips showing Imran Khan’s arrival at University of the Punjab and later events following his presence at the Centre for Higher Energy Physics (CHEPS).

A crowd of more than 400 students and jounalists from national and international news networks can also be seen running and gathering again round the building in different scenes.

12 Comments so far

  1. jD (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 1:14 am

    WHY???
    I mean Just WHY??


  2. Khan (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 2:56 am

    Real haramies….. fazlur rehman is the most shameless n harami person in the world.He has corrupted IJT too with the help of people like liaquat bloch. This whole thing was organised by liaquat bloch.

    I am not a supporter of imran khan


  3. exciton (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 3:01 am

    Actually this only shows the true hypocritical face of yet another extremely powerful terrorist organization within our educational institutions — IJT.

    If IJT disagreed with Imran’s view, they could have refused him entry on the PU campus, but turning him over to the police actually is a display of a far more dangerous and sinister plot by the terrorists of IJT.

    The time has come that we purge such ideological terrorists and criminals as IJT from our institutions of higher learning.

    This also begs the question that how come a few men were able to carry out Imran Khan while a group of 3000 watched?! Why no one come forward and challenged their actions? Are PU students so terrified and horrified like the Jews at a Nazi death camp, that they could not overpower their “captors”?

    BTW, I am also not surprised by the usual denials and lies by the JI leadership. This has happened before. These religious organizations represent the worst and most evil mindshare of Pakistan.


  4. Tariq Butt (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 4:49 am

    Shamless,COWARD and guttless IJT memebers and leaders who done this henious action.I just can’t find any logic for doing this apart from understanding that Pakistani nation and espacialy students are now moraley dead and do not deserve a second chance and leaders like Imran.They deserve to be in this gutter of ignorance and stupidity.


  5. Ashraf Ali (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 5:23 am

    Shame Jamiat shame

    I never liked Imran as a politician, but from no my alll sympathies are with him.

    shame Jamiat shame

    I am really disappointed with Jamiat, I cant believe someone can do all this with Imran Khan.

    after 1947, pakistani nation get only real good news and that was world cup 92, all credit goes to Imran.

    after 1947, pakistani nation get only 1 good charitable institute (SKMCH), credit goes to Imran.

    I will request Imran to leave Pakistan as Pakistani nation is not able to bear a great person lyk him.

    I am not in Pakistan. I was not worried wheen emergency imposed in Pakistan coz it was expected. Today when I see tv I cried literally to see what is happening with Imran Khan.

    Shame Jamiat shame

    I hate Jamiat, I hate jamiat


  6. Maria - Pakistan (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 9:15 am

    I am so ashamed about IJT’s actions. What marvelous gains were promised to them to do such a basic act of injustice? They promise to be the future of the country but all they are doing is getting key figures of this opposition to Martial law to get beaten up and arrested. They are not Pakistan’s future but rather it’s ANATHEMA.

    I call for all student activists reading emergency times to boycott IJT’s protest activities. They are hypocrites and only in this movement for selfish gains.

    and while Imran K. is claims he has started the student movement – which is not exactly true – the student movement is showing to be a spontaneous effort – is he saying ANYTHING WRONG? Is he of different goals that the students are? At least give the person credit on having the right objectives, goals and strategies in mind as we do.


  7. Reality_Check (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 9:18 am

    Dear ASHRAF ALI your knowledge of charitable institutions in Pakistan seems to be quite limitied. There are thousnads of charitable organizations and running hospitals, schools, clinics, womens assisstance etc. etc. You forgot Edhi? Plus dont you know during the aftermath of the Earthquake thousands of organizations came forward and did an amazing job.

    There is no need to spread despondancy, Pakistan still has countless great personalities, may be not as glamorous as Imran Khan but doing their job with selfless zeal. BTW 1992 was not the only world cup we won.


  8. A for [pine]Apple (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 10:17 am
  9. Hassan (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 10:27 am

    Shame Jamiat
    One should not be amazed as Jamiat did exactly what was done by their elders in 2004 when they betrayed the nation and signed 17th amendement.


  10. Rehan ul Haq (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 1:30 pm

    MQM stands vindicated


  11. akbar (unregistered) on November 15th, 2007 @ 9:28 pm

    I used to think jamiat is the most civilised and disciplined students party but now I hate them. The ghundas who have done so with Imran, they showed their blood. Only nasal can do such kind of acts.

    Those were real . jamiat murda bad.. molvi murda bad


  12. Khurram (unregistered) on November 18th, 2007 @ 10:32 am

    IJT……… a real Terrorist Organisation…………………. IJT Murdabad…………….We hate IJT, Mullahs, Qazi, Fazlo, MMA is group of oppertunists and Ghunadas…….
    Punjab University and affliated Colleges under IJT illegal Occupation…. Many IJT members became Faculty members in majot state owned universities in Pakistan during last 25 years//////a long struggle is required to get rid of this Ghundas….



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