The opposition raided the house of a PTI member after facing arrests

The opposition raided the house of a PTI member after facing arrests

Consider how seriously the police are hunting down every active ally of the opposition parties before October 16 in Gujranwala, planned by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), when they even attacked the PT in Lahore. I raided the house of a local official. Early Thursday morning

According to 24 News HD TV channel, the policemen reached the residence of Attic Butt in Islampura and asked them to accompany them.

When asked why his house was raided, they told him his name was on a list. ASI Faisal said that he was called to get the home address of a man named Javed Iqbal.

Reacting to the move, Butt claimed that his family’s secrets and respect had been violated and called on Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar, Chief Minister Usman Bazdar and senior police officials to conduct raids. Demanded action against members.

This misunderstanding arose when the police were targeting PML-N and PPP leaders and workers in different parts of Punjab.

Earlier on Wednesday, PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif in a tweet had asked the police to arrest PML-N and PDM workers, raid their homes or obstruct their journey to Gujranwala. Don’t follow “Imran Niazi’s illegal orders” to insert.

On Thursday, 24 News HD also reported that a list has been compiled in Lahore in which 425 leaders and workers of the party have been named as miscreants.

Most prominent among them are Rana Sanaullah, Pervez Malik and his wife Shaista Pervez Malik as well as his sons Ali Pervez Malik, Malik Afzal Khokhar and Waheed Alam Khan.

In the midst of the ongoing crackdown, the Lahore High Court (LHC) has also been approached with the plea that every citizen should exercise his constitutional right to protest.

Petitioner Nasir Chauhan asked the Lahore High Court to order the release of the PML-N workers and said that the arrests violated Articles 15 and 19 of the Constitution.

He also demanded court intervention against roadblocks with containers and barricades, and said the government had instructed police to prevent opposition leaders, activists and supporters from reaching the rally site in Gujranwala. Stop


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