PTI to sue police for Zaman park attack: Fawad Chaudhry
Islamabad [Pakistan], March 19 (ANI): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senior Vice President Fawad Chaudhry was implicated in “illegal operations and violence” during a raid to arrest Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran. He said the party would register a case against a police officer who committed a crime. Khan is at his Zaman Park residence in Lahore, Geo News reported.
Chaudhry Parvez Elahi, former prime minister of the Punjab province and president of Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf, said the police raid in Zaman Park was a serious violation of the Lahore High Court’s order. said the police operation was carried out at the direction of Maryam Nawaz and Rana. Sanaura.
The PTI leadership strongly condemned the “state terrorism” launched at party leader Imran Khan’s residence, saying it was “part of a London plan to eliminate him”.
Using his official Twitter handle, Fawad Chaudhry wrote, “A meeting of the legal team was convened today. The way the police defied the Lahore High Court’s decision to enter Imran Khan’s residence is a sign of the sanctity of the house. I broke all the rules. [things were] Stolen. [They] I also took home a juice box. Innocent people were tortured.” In a tweet, Fawad Chaudhry wrote: “It is unacceptable to go against a court order. The High Court must uphold its judgment. . Geo News reports that cases have been registered with all police officers who carried out illegal operations and were involved in the violence.
The senior PTI leader’s statement came a day after Punjab police resumed operations at Imran Khan’s residence and arrested several party members. The police action took place after PTI Chairman Imran Khan appeared at the Islamabad Judiciary Complex, Geo News reported.
On March 18, Imran Khan also reacted to police action at his residence on his official Twitter handle. The PTI chairman tweeted, “Meanwhile, the Punjab Police led an attack on my house in Zaman Park where Bhushra Begum is alone. Under what law are they doing this? On March 18, Punjab Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ousman Anwar said police had completed a search and cleanup operation at Zaman Park and seized an AK-47 assault rifle and a number of bullets. The residence of Imran Khan in Lahore, according to a Geonews report.
Additionally, glass bottles suspected of being used to make Molotov cocktails and hundreds of marbles shot by police in a slingshot were also taken from the PTI president’s home. Uthman Anwar said five more Kalashnikov rifles had been found on Khan’s property. In response to questions, he said the legal status of guns is assessed whether they are licensed or not.
More than 60 PTI workers were reportedly arrested from Imran Khan’s residence and taken to an undisclosed location for further investigation. Usman Anwar claimed his men came under attack directly from his Khan residence. He said police had demolished several camps built outside Khan’s home in Lahore.
Pakistan’s Punjab provincial government and Pakistan Tefrek-e-Insaf (PTI), led by Imran Khan, police raided the former prime minister’s Zaman Park residence here in connection with the confrontation that broke out on March 14 and 15. The exact date of the police operation was not announced.
As soon as Imran Ran left his Zaman Park residence in Lahore on Saturday and appeared before a judge in Islamabad, a heavy contingent of police launched a search operation at his home.
Filed on Friday by PTI leader Fawad Choudhury, who sought court intervention to stop police action taken to enforce an arrest warrant issued against Imran Khan in Toshakana. Details were submitted to the Lahore High Court (LHC) during the hearing of the petition. case.
The agreement relates to securing the security of the former Pakistani prime minister, holding rallies and other legal matters, and PTI will cooperate with the provincial government in enforcing search and arrest warrants. (ANI)
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