The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has been warned by the Minister of the Interior, Rana Sanaullah, against the announcement of yet another long march.
The federal minister Rana Sanaullah took to his official Twitter handle to issue a warning to the PTI, advising them not to announce another long march.
Rana Sanaullah said, “One thing I want to illustrate, as soon as the long March is announced – let them come and I’ll see how they break boundaries this time.”
Rana Sanaullah issued a warning earlier in the day that the so-called “anti-state march” will be handled with an iron fist, and that no one will be permitted to disrupt law and order.
After the meeting of the federal cabinet, Rana Sanaullah gave a speech to the media, during which he claimed that the Long March that took place on May 25 was an “effort to assault the state.” According to his allegations, the sources of the province were detained inside the KP house together with armed men.
He stated that the federal cabinet has also taken serious notice of the statement made by the Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mahmood Khan, regarding the use of provincial force against the central government.
During his inauguration march, the minister said that the former prime minister had jammed Islamabad using the financial resources of the KP government.
Rana Sanaullah stated that a request for authorization to book the elements under the Criminal Act has been submitted to the federal cabinet.