Aleem Khan's security staff booked in terrorism case

Punjab home minister says attackers challenged the writ of the state


Our Correspondent September 28, 2022
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LAHORE:

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)'s estranged leader Aleem Khan’s security staff was booked in a terrorism case on Wednesday after they allegedly attacked government employees.

According to Punjab Home Minister Col (retd) Hashim Dogar, security officials of Khan’s Park View Housing Society in Lahore reportedly attacked assistant commissioner Lahore and other government employees.

The minister added that by attacking government officials, the attackers "challenged the writ of the state".

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“Two FIRs have been registered against them under Section 7 ATA. Seven people have been arrested after the raid,” he added.

 

In 2018, Khan was grilled by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) team in connection with different graft cases.

He was accused of initialing Tulip and Gold blocks in the housing society without following proper procedures.

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