PTI Pakistan News: Former Prime Minister in Pakistan Imran Khan’s party is preparing to ban Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). There Defense Minister Khawaja Asif says that PTI was involved in the attacks on military installations on May 9. People associated with it had committed violence and arson at many places across the country, so it can be banned.
Let us tell you that the Pakistani police force and investigative agencies are continuously arresting the leaders and workers associated with PTI. So far more than 4 thousand people have been arrested, including many close and senior allies of Imran. Due to the rapid arrests, there is a stir among the members of PTI. Many Imran supporters have fled the party.
Defence Minister Khwaja Asif confirms
According to Pak media, now Pakistani government can ban PTI. Confirming this, Defense Minister Khawaja Asif said that his government is considering banning PTI over the May 9 incidents. He told media persons in Islamabad, "The decision has not been taken yet, but the review is definitely going on."
Many leaders have left PTI so far
A news portal told that since the violence in Pakistan on May 9, more than 18 leaders have said goodbye to PTI. Yes, the process of more leaders leaving the party is going on. On the other hand, former Provincial Health Minister Dr. Hasham Inamullah said after leaving the party that he was not doing so under any pressure. Also does not allow to stand, who have betrayed the country. As a Pakistani, I consider it a disgrace and a disloyalty to my land to be associated with PTI after the provocative, dastardly, cowardly acts of 9th May.’
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