ISLAMABAD - Former Balochistan chief minister Nawab Aslam Raisani on Friday reached the Supreme Court to express solidarity with PTI Chairman Imran Khan in the contempt of court case.

A new look Aslam Raisani with a clean shaved head immediately got the attention of media people and, as expected, he entertained them a lot with interesting sentences and poetry.

To his disappointment, he was not allowed to enter the Supreme Court on which he staged a sit-in on the road to record his protest. Later, he was allowed to enter the Supreme Court.

Raisani told media persons that he had arrived at the Supreme Court two hours ahead of Imran Khan to express solidarity with him. He said Imran was an honest and upright person and every politician had a right to criticise court decisions. He said the Supreme Court should be careful while summoning politicians for contempt of court.

To a question, Raisani said Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik Baloch was a popular personality and lived among the public. However, he said, Dr Baloch would soon realise the pros and cons of the provincial government. When a reporter asked Raisani where his hair was, he replied in a light tone: “Hair is hair, whether it is of a human or a buffalo.”