Rifts within the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) became obvious at the Anti-Terrorism Court during the hearing of the Jinnah House attack case. Party chairman Imran Khan’s sisters had a chance encounter with ex-PTI leader Musarat Jamshed Cheema where they scolded her for leaving their brother in his time of need.

Imran Khan’s sisters had a conversation with Cheema in the courtroom, during which she informed Uzma Khan and Aleema Khan about the cases she faced and the hardships of hiding, upon which both of them scolded her in return. “You were hiding when our brother was in need,” Aleema said, adding that when the party was going through a tough time, Cheema held a press conference against it and when the PTI founder needed her, she left.

Aleema Khan stressed that Musarrat was considered the closest to Imran Khan and today she is telling them about the constraints.


Aleema quipped, “Politicians are considered incomplete without jail.” Musrat Jamshed Cheema reportedly went quiet after hearing Aleema Khan’s words.

The Anti-Terrorism Court has extended the interim bail of Uzma Khan and Aleema Khan in the Jinnah House attack case till March 12.