Friday, December 9, 2022

Rana Sanaullah ready to organise a judicial commission to investigate Imran Khan’s ‘life threat’

Rana Sanaullah, the Minister of the Interior, stated that the government is prepared to establish a judicial panel to investigate the death threats that were made against former Prime Minister Imran Khan.

After what was said to be a plot to bring about a change in the government, the chairman of the PTI is now making repeated allegations that another “conspiracy” is being devised to eliminate him.

Imran Khan disclosed, for the very first time, on Sunday, during a public gathering in Sialkot, that he had been the target of a threat against his life.

Imran Khan stated that he had prepared a video in which he names all of the persons who were part of the “plot,” and that he intends to make the video public if something were to happen to him.

The chairman of the PTI has stated that he has a video recording that he has kept in a “secure spot” in which he identifies each individual who was involved in the “plot” to remove his current government from power.

Rana Sanaullah stated that the government had provided Imran Khan with the same degree of protection as the prime minister and that there were between 150-200 security people assigned to ensure his safety.

On the other hand, he continued, “However, if Imran Khan requires additional protection then notify us, and we will also offer it.”

Rana Sanaullah has stated that Imran Khan should provide the recorded video to the government, and he has also stated that the government is prepared to establish a judicial panel in order to investigate his claim.

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In his speech at the Sialkot jalsa, the leader of the PTI, Shahbaz Gill, claimed that two of Imran Khan’s cell phones were stolen during the rally.

Rana Sanaullah stated that Imran Khan’s buddies must have stolen his cell phones because “only they can do it” given the kind of people that Imran Khan is around.

The Minister of the Interior made the following statement in reference to the current state of the nation’s economy: “It is decided to resume the International Monetary Fund (IMF) program as it is necessary. However, an increase in petrol prices will not affect the poor, the burden will be a shifted on rich people.”

According to his statement, “We are ready for the election, and if the country sees some economic stability, we will go towards polls.”

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