Ali Wazir was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday and Wednesday . He said he was assaulted twice at the hospital and that he was in jail at the Karachi Central Jail since December 31, 2021 .
Islamabad (Pakistan), June 24, 2018: As he was admitted to Pakistan's Karachi Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center on Tuesday, prominent Pashtun leader Ali Wazir said that his life is in jeopardy, saying he was assaulted twice at the hospital and that he was in jail at the Karachi Central Jail since December 31, 2021.Wazir said he was first attacked at the hospital on his first day and again on Wednesday night, and that the Pashtun leader demanded that he be taken to Islamabad for the budget session.According to Wazir, I should be driven to Islamabad to attend the NA budget session in order to discuss the issues of my constituency, according to Dawn.Because I am insecure here, Wazir suggested that I be sent back to the prison.Wazir argued that this was the second time he was refused admission to the budget session.He also mentioned that a production order for him was issued to attend a previous budget session when he was imprisoned in Haripur, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and that he was not taken to Islamabad at the time.Wazir also said he submitted a petition to jail authorities for his medical care three years ago, but that he was never admitted to the hospital until Tuesday.Wazir also stated that he could be barred from attending the budget session now that he has been released. Wazir sat outside the hospital outside of the hospital, according to PTM leader Muhammed Sher Mehsud, who said he was forbidden from meeting relatives, friends, and his party's workers there.Mehsud said that the atmosphere at the hospital for Wazir was insuffocating because he was being bed-ridden.Mehsud said later that officials from court police and police met with Wazir until 2 a.m. on Thursday and decided to transfer him back to the jail today.According to the news outlet, Wazir was sent to the hospital for physiotherapy. Wazir denied such allegations and blamed the state for a nascent attitude towards minorities.