Punjab CM, law minister should resign immediately: PTI chief

Khan says he will stand by Qadri till they get justice for those killed.


Web Desk June 18, 2014
A file photo of PTI chairperson Imran Khan. PHOTO: AFP

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan extended support to Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) while speaking to media, Express News reported on Wednesday.

Khan said PTI will stand by Dr Tahirul Qadri’s party till they get justice for the eleven killed and several injured as clashes erupted between Qadri’s supporters and police. Khan said extreme measures were taken to scare people from coming out on the roads.

He further added that the Punjab government feels threatened by PTI’s anti-rigging protests and Qadri’s supporters and thus resorted to firing at peaceful protesters outside the Minhajul Quran office.

While questioning why Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif hasn't resigned as yet, Khan suggested that Punjab law Minister Rana Sanuallah should be put behind bars.

Earlier today, Khan also visited the victims of the clash in Jinnah Hospital.

On June 17, the PTI leader announced to hold a protest against the incident in Bahawalpur on June 27.

COMMENTS (49)

H Chaudhry | 7 years ago | Reply

A sick Canadian called qadri, a misguided former hero turned liar king, two loser chaudry's of Gujarat, mix them all and you have a grand alliance of greedy people whom lust of power is passionate, whose record is ZERO, who are at sub human character level and we call is a inqilaabi movement.

Lets bring inquilaab, lets send the Canadian to mental asylum, liar khan to serve his former wife and her bf, and two chaudries to their homes in gujrat.

H Chaudhry | 7 years ago | Reply

How about Mr. Khan you lead by example and fire your CM for Banu jail break and sack health minister and health secretary for the death of most vulnerable and innocent of them all, the children due to your party's pathetic management. Deal?

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