Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has sent a Rs10 Billion defamation notice to Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel for sharing details about an alleged medical test conducted during his arrest, stating that the PTI chief had faked his fracture and that alleging that he is mentally unstable.

Imran Khan asked the minister through the legal notice to, “retract his statements in the same mode and manner in which he made them in the first place”.


The private medical reports of the tests that the government is said to have conducted on PTI leader Imran Khan earlier this month while he was under arrest were made public on Friday.

The investigations stated that Imran Khan’s mental stability was under question and that while no leg fractures were found, there was evidence of alcohol and an illicit substance in his urine.