Pakistan News: Political turmoil continues in Pakistan. Imran Khan is continuously active after being ousted from power. They are continuously raising the demand that elections should be held at the earliest. For this, he also talked about taking out a long march. On this, Pakistan’s Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan has warned that if Imran Khan makes a long march towards Islamabad, the government will ‘hang him upside down’. Pakistan media quoted the Home Minister as saying, Imran Khan does not know what the government is planning to do with him this time.
Government cannot guarantee Imran’s security
He emphasized that the government cannot guarantee the safety of one’s life in front of a crowd. When an armed mob attacks the federal capital, how will the government be able to guarantee the safety of one’s life, the minister said. According to media reports, Rana Sanaullah warned that if any violent action was taken by the mob, the police would respond.
Punjab CM Cheema targeted Home Minister Khan
The minister said the government has not disclosed the strategy to deal with PTI’s long march. Rana Sanaullah’s remarks came after Imran Khan hit out at the minister, saying that PTI would surprise the government with its next move. Meanwhile, advisor to Punjab Chief Minister Umar Sarfaraz Cheema said that if Home Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan enters Punjab, he will be arrested. He said that the Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) Punjab has obtained a non-bailable warrant for the minister. The arrest warrant is effective till October 19.
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