Pakistan asks former PM Khan to delay sit-in citing assault risk | Information
Imran Khan and his supporters are to assemble in Rawalpindi on Saturday after an assault on their march this month injured Khan.
Islamabad, Pakistan – Pakistan’s inside minister has requested former Prime Minister Imran Khan to postpone a deliberate sit-in in Rawalpindi on Saturday, citing the specter of assaults.
“My recommendation to Imran Khan is to postpone the gathering as our intelligence companies have knowledgeable us that any armed particular person or armed teams could attempt to exploit the scenario and goal the gang,” Inside Minister Rana Sanaullah stated at a information convention on Friday.
We now have formally issued an advisory concerning a possible risk to PTI’s rally tomorrow as per the crimson alert issued by the safety companies. Imran Khan ought to postpone his plan as any anti-state factor can seize this chance to unfold anarchy within the nation.
— Rana SanaUllah Khan (@RanaSanaullahPK) twitter.com/AutomobilN