Interior Minister Rana Sanaulla on On Thursday, PML-N Supreme Leader Nawaz Sharif said during a meeting with senior party leaders in London issued instructions on how to cope with the planned PTI march to Islamabad.
Speaking to media along with others party leaders after the meeting Sanaullah said: “Mian Nawaz Sharif led us on anarchy [the PTI wants to commit] and people they plan to collect in Islamabad. But since this coalition government we will put this thing (march) in cabinet, and if it is decided that we cannot allow they will come [to Islamabad] then forget two million, not even 20 people will come.”
It is pertinent to mention here that PTI Chairman Imran Khan plans on march to the capital to the end of pressure this month on in government to call new elections.
Sanaullah whipped out to PTI, saying that its chairman, Imran Khan, would not be allowed to spread “anarchy” in country would not have beenzero tolerance” shown to violators of Constitution.
When asked if Imran would be arrested for supposedly assimilation to the commander-in-chief of the army with “Peace Jafar”, Sanaullah said everything is legal requirements will be fulfilled, and if arrest was guaranteed, then it would be made.
Interior minister also referred to the Inter-Services Public Relations statement from today, which took exception to “incautious comments” made country senior politicians against The commander of the Peshawar Corps, Lieutenant General Faiz Hamid, said that PML-N and Nawaz struggle was for with the same purpose that “institutions do not take part in politics and not drawn into politics”.
“We are very encouraged that the judiciary and other institutions [are staying away from] in politics. Comments made against they wrong and we will protect them,” Sanaulla said.
The question of whether corruption cases will be initiated against PTI, he said, “Cases are very small case. [Instead], their filth will be exposed. What did they do in these past 3.5 years with in people will be brought to light.”
Interior minister said that the meeting also discussed early elections and decision at the moment it was for in government to complete it’s term but, in his words, “it’s decision is not in arms of PML-N but forum of leaders of our allied parties.”
He acknowledged that PML-N previously had “clear position” for early elections, but decision was not to take it alone now. Sanaullah said that the electoral reform would be carried out and some way of performance for overseas Pakistanis would found also.
interrogated on Upon the return of the Supreme Leader of the PML-N to Pakistan, Sanaullah said that Nawaz would go back “in any cost” and wanted to also.
Today was second meeting of PML-N leaders with Nawaz. In their first meeting yesterday they briefed him on “serious economic, constitutional and administrative crises inherited by the current government”.
In a statement released on On Wednesday, Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb said the meeting considered in detail steps accepted government since it came to power last month and reviewed recommendations for conservation public from inflation and power shutdowns.
government team presented her point of view on future measures in in light of economic realities, the statement said.
This visit marked first in- personal collection from March 2020.