Rana Sanaullah warns PTI to steer clear of purple zone for tomorrow’s protest, else face strict motion

Inside Minister Rana Sanaullah — PID/File

ISLAMABAD:  Inside Minister Rana Sanaullah on Wednesday warned PTI and its staff to steer clear of the purple zone in Islamabad, significantly the premises of the Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP), following its plans to protest within the federal capital.

The inside minister, whereas addressing a press convention in Islamabad alongside Minister for Info and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb, stated that the PTI introduced to protest in entrance of the ECP constructing within the federal capital. 

The social gathering’s plan to protest got here within the wake of ECP’s overseas funding verdict which declared PTI responsible of receiving illicit funds from overseas origin.

“PTI needs to create chaos within the garb of a protest,” the minister stated, emphasising stories concerning the social gathering’s plans to launch an assault on ECP.

“Peaceable protest is a proper in a democratic society and ought to be completed in allotted areas. These getting into the purple zone can be stopped,” he stated, cautioning PTI from protesting outdoors the ECP’s workplace.

“Those that take the regulation of their fingers shouldn’t complain if handled strictly,” the minister stated, insisting that the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom doesn’t enable protesting within the purple zone. “The courtroom has allowed protesting within the H9 and F9 Parks. Idiot-proof safety can be given within the house designated for protests.

He additional added that the ECP’s verdict has confirmed PTI to be a foreign-aided social gathering and that the federal government can declare it to be one. “Imran Khan is a overseas agent,” he stated, criticising the PTI chief for receiving funds from foreigners.

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