- Government warns PTI ahead of their protest tomorrow outside ECP office.
- “PTI wants to wreak havoc in title of protest, interior minister says.
- He adds complete security will be provided of protest is being held in Park H9 or F9.
ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah warned PTI on Wednesday of strict measures against those who try entering the red zone as party announced organize a protest outside election Committee of Pakistan (ECP) tomorrow.
Interior minister released warning during a speech at a press conference with the participation of the Minister of Information Marryum Aurangzeb in federal capital.
Two days ago, PTI Chairman Imran Khan announced holding a peaceful protest outside of ESP on On Thursday, demanding the resignation of Chief Electoral Commissioner (CEC) Sikandar Sultan Raja.
“PTI wants to wreak havoc in title of protest, interior minister said, saying that coalition government “received reports” and found statements of Khan and Fawad Chaudhry regarding them plans of creating anarchic situation outside election Committee.
He said that they [PTI] Can attack election Committee; however they should remember that the Islamabad High Court imposed restrictions on staged protests in Red zone.
“Protests are strictly prohibited. in Red zone, and if someone tries to enter the area, they should not complain about the consequences of their actions later,” he said, emphasizing that there were several places where PTI could hold a “peaceful protest, since that was everyone’s right.” in democratic era.
Interior minister repeated that no one would be allowed to protest outside ESP will not government let someone take the law into their own hands.
By court order, protests can be held in So parks H9 and F9 complete security will be provided for protesters in designated areas.
Commenting on ECJ verdict in In the case of PTI’s foreign funding, Sanaulla said: “After announcement of verdict, i.e. party was declared sponsored from abroad party.
Khan took foreign funding and the spread of political anarchy in Pakistan,” he said, adding that the PTI chairman is sowing hatred in Pakistani politics.
As for the cabinet meeting scheduled for this week, the interior minister said that some important decisions will be accepted in relation to “foreign agent”.
“EKP, in his verdict, emphasized various crimes committed by PTI and has also mentioned anti-state and money laundering factors,” he said, adding coalition government revisits verdict to establish involvement of other relevant industries.
Interior minister said that decision regarding adding names to output control list (ECL) or arrests will made respectively.
The day before ECP, in a unanimous verdictsaid there is found that PTI received prohibited funding.
He’s next added that the PTI chairman issued call for protest after sentencing of ESP.
“Our request is that the link [filed by the PTI challenging the decision] should to be heard full court,” he said.