PTI chief Maqbool Gujjar reaches Lahore regardless of ban on entry

PTI chief Maqbool Gujjar confronts with a police official in Lahore. -Geo Information screengrab

LAHORE: PTI chief Maqbool Gujjar Saturday reached Lahore in violation of a ban imposed on him by the Punjab authorities to make sure peace amid the by-polls in 20 constituencies.

The Punjab Residence Division had banned PTI leaders Ali Amin Gandapur and Maqbool Gujjar from coming into the province. In keeping with the notification issued on Friday, each the leaders can be barred from coming into Punjab from July 15 to 18 to make sure legislation and order within the upcoming by-elections.

On this regard, Provincial Residence Minister Ata Tarar had stated that there have been reviews and the ECP had acquired a letter saying that they needed violence throughout by-elections.

Maqbool Gujjar, a minister within the Azad Kashmir authorities, was talking to Geo Information when police reached the spot to take him into custody.

The PTI chief instructed SHO Atif Khan that he was a minister and can’t be stopped.

After this, the policeman requested him to return to the police station however Maqbool Gujjar fled from the scene.

The police, nonetheless, managed to arrest three individuals travelling with Maqbool Gujjar.

When contacted, a police official stated that this can be a violation of the order and the PTI chief can be arrested for breaking the legislation.

‘PTI planning dysfunction’

Earlier, Inside Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan warned PTI Chairman Imran Khan in opposition to inciting violence throughout by-elections on 20 Punjab Meeting seats scheduled to be held tomorrow.

The inside minister stated that he has acquired reviews that over 500 miscreants of the social gathering have been delivered to Punjab to sabotage the elections course of.

The plea searching for permission for appointing polling brokers hailing from exterior the involved constituency was a part of the conspiracy, Sanaullah added.

“Imran Khan has misplaced elections and getting ready to combat with the lots,” he stated and warned Imran Khan and the PTI’s tiger drive to maintain themselves throughout the ambit of the legislation.

“The legislation will take its due course if anybody tries to sabotage the writ of the state by indulging in illegal actions,” he warned.

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