CM Naqvi vows to deal use of force against police strictly

Interim Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi in a press conference vowed to handle unlawfulness and hostilities against police strictly asserting that the government will break every hand raised against the Police.

“Police reached the gate of Imran khan’s residence twice but I ordered them to come back because we don’t want turmoil,” CM Naqvi added.

Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi said, “The police have been given a free hand to establish a writ of the government.” He further announced to form a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) for investigation of the incidents that took place in the past week.

He added, “If anyone does not have faith in IG and DPO then they should return the security provided to them. Political activity is allowed, you can’t expect to receive security after abusing the police.”

The caretaker Punjab government has allowed the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to hold their political gathering at Minar-e-Pakistan.

PTI Chairman had announced his gathering at the venue ahead of elections as their campaign. The day was earlier announced to be Monday but later it was changed to Wednesday. attempted to hold rallies twice, but in both instances, Section 144—which outlaws all public gatherings—was put into effect.

According to media reports, although the government has decided to allow the rally on March 22 but due to violence against the police in Zaman park it is considering to not giving security to the rally.