“If Imran Khan accepts that he has done it [harassed Gulalai] and seeks forgiveness from God, the nation and its women, I will forgive him,” Gulalai said in a phone call with media.
Earlier this week, Gulalai had made the shock announcement that she was quitting the PTI, levelling a series of scathing allegations against Khan and his “gang”, including that they used to send inappropriate text messages to female members of the party.
Gulalai’s allegations caused a furore among party members and deepened an existing rift with the ruling PML-N, with PTI accusing their arch rivals of masterminding a ploy to malign their party chief.
The ruling PML-N, as well as the PPP, backed Gulalai’s allegations against Khan and called for an investigation into the matter.
The National Assembly on Friday subsequently passed a motion calling for the formation of a special committee to investigate the allegations against Imran Khan and ordering it to submit a report on the matter within a month.
Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi also assured the provision of round-the-clock security for the MNA after she claimed on television that she was “scared for her life”.