ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has hinted that Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), which is about to stage a protest, will have a hard time. against election Committee of Pakistan (ECP) in Islamabad tomorrow, ARY News reports. on Wednesday.
Speaking at a press conference today with with Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb Rana Sanaulla said PTI planned to create havoc in title of protest against ESP. He expressed his suspicion that he had received reports of possible attack against ECP by PTI workers tomorrow.
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He said there was a ban in red zone for any of protests. “I warning PTI will refrain from entering the red zone tomorrow. PTI may file a protest at a location designated by the court and government will also ensure the safety of the protesters.”
The interior minister, however, clarified that no one would be allowed to hold the protest in Red zone. “PTI workers can demonstrate in Islamabad H-9 and F-9 park. Violators of the law will be prosecuted severely concerned authorities.”
“Not one should file a complaint after an attempted forced entry into the red zone,” Sanaulla warned.
“PTI has been declared a foreign-funded political organization. party and Imran Khan was declared a foreign agency following the ECP’s verdict. Imran Khan brought culture of hatred in politics And we faced vindictive actions in the era of PTI”.
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Sanaulla said what’s important decisions will be accepted in upcoming federal cabinet meeting tomorrow. ECP noticed “crimes in his report’ on prohibited finance case against PTI, which also selected element of money laundering and fraud.
He added that the ruling alliance demand a full court for link against PTI. “There is no need to rely on only three judges hear an appeal against PTI. Everything is legal requirements will be fulfilled against PTI”.
It is appropriate to mention here that Imran Khan announced organize a protest outside ESP head office in Islamabad on Thursday (tomorrow). political party will also organize protests outside ESP offices in Lahore and Peshawar, which will be attended by PTI legislators and a large number of of activists.