Don’t allow PTI in Islamabad: Administration’s plea in IHC

PTI leaders talking of bringing weapons: Fawad provoked public for revenge from govt, says petitio

The Islamabad administration has once again filed a miscellaneous petition in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) to reject permission for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to hold public rallies and sit-ins in the capital territory.

The petition filed by Advocate General Islamabad has sought the dismissal of the PTI’s plea for obtaining a no-objection certificate (NOC) for its gatherings and sit-ins.

The petition has stated that the PTI rally was attacked on the evening of November 3 in which PTI Chairman Imran Khan was himself injured and a civilian was killed. The petition also stated that Imran Khan’s life was in danger; security agencies had also informed Imran about the security threats.

Advocate General Islamabad’s petition has also said that in view of the security alert PTI cannot be allowed to sit in Islamabad. The accused of the attack was also arrested from the scene who has said in the confessional statement that Imran Khan hurt religious sentiments so he was the target.

According to the petition, former Punjab governor Salman Taseer and former federal minister Shehbaz Bhatti were also killed in such incidents.

The petition of Advocate General Islamabad has also stated that PTI leaders were announcing to come to Islamabad with weapons; they have said to use those weapons against law enforcement agencies while Fawad Chaudhry provoking the workers had talked about taking revenge on the government.

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