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Lahore police claim to have seized weapons from vehicles of PTI activists

LAHORE: Police said they had seized the weapons from the vehicles. of two Lahores office-bearers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) as party started his long journey on Islamabad in demand elections.

government on tuesday is forbidden former prime minister Imran Khan from holding a massive planned march in Islamabad and cracked down on his supporters in midnight raids across the country, hundreds of arrests.

During the raids, a police officer was killed when a man opened fire after the officers broke into his home past midnight in Lahore.

Today Soheil Chaudhry, Chief Operating Officer of The Lahore Police stated that force received information days ago about the importation of “illegal weapons” into the provincial capital.

“During the city blockade on Police tried to stop five cars on Tuesday on motorway. Then, in raid in the homes of Zubair Niazi and Bajash Niazi, Lahore office-bearers of PTI, weapons seized.

“The Niyazi brothers have been taken into police custody,” he said, adding that the police ensure that the march took place peacefully in accordance with the law.

Such accusations were made Vice President of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Maryam Nawaz who tweeted that the police had seized weapons from vehicles of two activists.

It was “ugly face” of in party“Azady Marsh,” she said. “Weapons seized by Punjab Lahore police from vehicles of PTI Lahore office bearers Zubair Niazi and Bajash Niazi. The case has been registered.”

Providing details of weapons, according to her, the cache contains “six 223 gun barrels, 13 submachine guns, 3 pistols, 10 kopecks, 96 magazines. of SMG rifles and 223 shotgun barrels, 26 magazines of pistols, 50 boxes of bullets and six big packages of bullets.”

Weapons seized by Punjab Lahore Police from vehicles of PTI Lahore office bearers Zubair Niazi and Bajash Niazi. The case has been registered. it’s ugly face of the so-called Great Trek. These intentions. rice.twitter.com/oGZHituEgf

— Maryam Nawaz Sharif (@MaryamNSharif) May 25, 2022

Later Ataullah Tarar, press secretary for Punjab government, in a media briefing also said “a lot of weapons” were confiscated from homes of two PTI activists.

“Now clear this is not a peaceful march. These people want chaos and anarchy to spread in country,” Tarar said.

He also showed pictures of “modern weapons” on display that Maryam posted on Twitter and listed what was found.

“What kind of weapon was collected for? We have intelligence reports. Look at this weapon. They are want hide therein Peshawar), but they ask for other children to [risk their lives] and march.

“UNFOUNDED CLAIMS”

Meanwhile Zubair, in video with PTI supporters vehemently denied the allegations, stating that no weapons were seized from him. house or cars.

“This is the same Maryam who said she didn’t have property in London. And DIG sahab, don’t mess around in It’s a fake copy news on their (PML-N) orders,” he said.

My official position on @maryamnsharif
Fake news https://t.co/mgXFF5aHOY

— Zubair Khan Niyazi (@zubairniazi) May 25, 2022

“From 8:30 in the morning I out of my house with my techniques […] it’s groundless news.

“No raids on my house, my cars weren’t checked either. I’m not even met more police,” Zubari continued.

“I will soon meet the police at Butty Chowk and then on GT Road. I write down this statement for in media”, he said, repeating that news was unfounded.

“Unlike Rana Sanaullah, I do not use or possess heroin that has been found from him car’, Zubair said, adding that it was his official statement.

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