ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said that Fazlur Rehman’s statement of postponing the elections is valuable, at least it is not possible to conduct an election campaign in such circumstances, Imran Khan will have to appear in the courts, otherwise we will present him.
He said that he will help the Balochistan government in security matters, the country is suffering from economic problems, but in spite of this, no financial cuts were made in security matters before and will not be done now. Resources are being given to the provincial governments and we will continue providing them. The needs expressed by the provinces in the Apex Committee are being fulfilled immediately.
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On the question of Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s statement about postponing the elections, he said that he is a senior leader of PDM, and this is his opinion and PDM is going to meet on this opinion. The situation of KP and Balochistan is in front of everyone, in these situations, their opinion is not without place, it holds weight.
He expressed regret over the incident of misbehavior by the police to the journalists in the Islamabad High Court. He said that the incident is condemnable and the inquiry is going on and the report will be submitted to the court.
He said that it is the election commission’s decision not to hold the election or not, if it decides that the campaign will go on, then it will go on, if it imposes restrictions, it will be implemented.
The Interior Minister said that some things are very clear against Imran Khan, Imran Khan embezzled 50 billion rupees from the national treasury and remitted the seized money to the account of a property tycoon, four hundred or fifty billion rupees. There is Four hundred kanals of land in the name of Al-Qadir Trust, whose trustees are only two persons, one is Imran Khan and the other is his wife.
He said that now Imran Khan has to answer these things, we have no interest in arresting Imran Khan, just appear in the courts and answer. We have no objection if the court acquits him.