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‘Imran Khan’s arrest may start bloody politics’

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Former Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has warned that any attempt to arrest Imran Khan or break the party will lead to bloody politics in the country.

IANS , Edited By : Deepak Pandey , Updated on: 10 Aug 2022, 01:06:06 PM

Imran Khan (Photo Credit: File Photo)

New Delhi:

Reacting to the Pakistan government’s move to register a case against the PTI president in the banned funding and Toshakhana cases, former Home Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed has warned that any attempt to arrest Imran Khan or break up the party will lead to bloody politics in the country. will promote. According to the report of Geo News, Rashid said that the security of the country is more important than the power. The instability in Afghanistan will also affect the peace in Pakistan.

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has launched a probe into the illegal funding and summoned senior PTI leaders to appear. The government is trying to crack down on PTI after the ECP’s decision in the illegal funding case and the campaign against the army after the Balochistan helicopter crash.

Warning the ruling coalition in a series of tweets, Rasheed said economic collapse, political instability, increasing extortion and terrorism incidents would end their politics, Geo News reported. He further said that China is thinking well about Pakistan and the rulers should understand its signs and should not make Independence Day a day of destruction.

Arresting Imran Khan and the plan to break PTI will be the beginning of bloody politics. He said his agenda is to disqualify Imran Khan and qualify Nawaz Sharif.





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First Published : 10 Aug 2022, 01:06:06 PM


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