Sufficient evidence for the reference to ban PTI, Rana Sanaullah

Rana Sanaullah

Sufficient evidence for the reference to ban PTI, Rana Sanaullah

ISLAMABAD, 18,2023 – Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has said that there is enough evidence for the reference to ban PTI

During the press conference in Lahore, Rana Sanaullah said that the process for banning an organization is the judicial process and added that our legal team also has to see, what are the chances of success in this process?

The Federal Interior Minister further said that the evidence that has come out is enough to move the reference for ban.

He said that what was received from Zaman Park today, supported Maryam Nawaz’s statement yesterday.

Rana Sanaullah also said that Imran Khan insisted on going inside the court with an armed group of around 200 people.

He said that the court should have ordered him to appear from the car, but Imran Khan was given the facility to appear inside the car.

They said that Imran Khan started Jail Bharo movement for his workers but he is afraid of going to jail himself, he does not appear in court because he knows that he has to be punished in these cases.

Rana Sanaullah said that Imran Khan had started the Jail Bharo Movement and he himself was a protester in Zaman Park, there were people there who did not belong to Punjab.

He said that Imran Khan’s agenda for ten years is to spread chaos and anarchy, it has been a willing mischief in the government as well.

He said that the police faced his mischief and terrorism for 4 days, the police put such pressure on him that he was willing to appear in court.

Rana Sanaullah said that he was given protective bail in all cases a day before appearing in the court, he is tearing the heads of the law enforcers and he is being granted pre-arrest bail.

He said that it is very unfortunate that he was given the facility to attend in the car, later he heard that the signature file also disappeared somewhere.

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