| House minister says Maqbool Gujjar’s entry in Punjab exhibits PTI desires to create chaos
LAHORE – Punjab House Minister Attaullah Tarar stated Saturday that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Maqbool Gujjar’s entry in Punjab regardless of a ban confirmed that the social gathering needed to create chaos and hurdles in easy election course of.
In a press release issued right here, he stated that the federal government had restrained the PTI leaders — Ali Amin Gandapur and Maqbool Gujjar — from coming into Punjab until by-election within the province to take care of regulation and order state of affairs. He stated there was a menace that armed teams from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Azad Kashmir would come to Punjab with an intention to disturb regulation and order state of affairs throughout by-election.
He warned that the federal government wouldn’t permit anybody to unfold unrest within the nation and strict motion could be taken in opposition to armed individuals as Part 144 had already been imposed. The regulation will take its course in opposition to armed individuals and folks carrying weapons could be arrested instantly.
Punjab Police, Rangers, and different law-enforcement companies may also play their function in sustaining regulation and order state of affairs within the province, he added.