Pakistan News: Action is on in Pakistan against former PM Imran Khan and his party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. Around 400 police personnel are stationed outside his house. They have got a warrant from the court to search Imran’s house. The team under the leadership of SP will conduct a search operation of his house. Women soldiers are also included in this. The SP says that our aim is to find the terrorists hiding inside the house. In the last 24 hours, 14 suspects have been caught trying to escape from Imran’s house.
Pakistan | Police get a warrant to search Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s Zaman Park residence, reports Geo News
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If the search is not allowed then the next decision will be taken at seven o’clock
Punjab’s Information Minister Aamir Mir said that a search operation will be conducted in the presence of media in Imran’s house. If Imran does not give permission, then further decision will be taken at seven in the evening. Referring to the miscreants involved in the May 9 incidents, Mir said that we have information that around 40 terrorists are hiding there. So I think we will need about 400 police to search the house.
Imran said – Army Chief has some problem with me
Meanwhile, during his appearance in the court on Friday, Imran Khan said that after May 9, he had no communication with the government. The current army chief clearly has some issues with me. I don’t know what will happen in the future, but there is no communication right now. He said that our party has been facing stern action for a year. I was removed from power by a conspiracy by the former army chief.
Stampede at Imran’s party
Panic broke out in Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. One by one, Imran’s allies are leaving him. Now former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa minister Muhammad Iqbal Wazir has left PTI. In a press conference in Peshawar, he said that without any kind of pressure, I resign from the basic membership of PTI and the post of district president of North Waziristan. My conscience will never allow me to be with a political party that is going against state institutions.
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