Thursday, December 8, 2022

Karachi Police raided PTI MNA Alamgir Khan’s house

In the early morning hours of Saturday, Karachi police raided the house of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Member of the National Assembly (MNA) Alamgir Khan.

According to the information provided, a group of ten to fifteen mobiles from the Karachi police department raided the home of PTI MNA Alamgir Khan and inspected his family. However, no single arrest made.

After the action taken by the police, leaders from the PTI went to the Gulshan-e-Iqbal police station in order to file a complaint about the raid.

Ali Haider Zaidi, a former federal minister for maritime affairs, issued a vehement condemnation of the police raid and stated that the Sindh police have become the military branch of the PPP.

He said that the entry of police officers into the apartment of a public figure at midnight violated the “sanctity of the four walls.” The leader of the PTI issued a stern warning, indicating that the Sindh government would soon be held accountable.

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Zaidi, who was critical of the “imported” government, suggested that the police should surround the home of the Chief Minister in order to apprehend those responsible for the corruption.

The former minister was speaking in reference to the increasing crime rate in the city when he stated that the Sindh police have failed to apprehend the robbers and street criminals in the port city and that on the other hand, the force is harassing the law-abiding inhabitants.

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