Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Sunday placed six key advisors of former PM Imran Khan on a ‘stop list’, local media reported.
The ‘stop list’ prevents people from travelling outside the country without permission.
PM’s ex-principal secretary Azam Khan, ex-special assistant to PM on political communication Shahbaz Gill, ex-adviser to PM on interior and accountability Shahzad Akbar, Director-General Punjab Gohar Nafees, and Director General Federal Investigation Agency Punjab Zone Mohammad Rizwan’s names have been added to the list.
According to local media reports, head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s social media team Dr. Arsalan Khalid’s name has also been added to the list.
This comes after PTI Chairman Imran Khan was ousted from office via a no-confidence motion in the National Assembly (NA). The vote makes him the first premier to be ousted via the move. The NA session was presided over by Ayaz Sadiq after speaker Asad Qaiser resigned from his post.
“174 members have recorded their votes in favour of the resolution, consequently the resolution for the vote on no-confidence against Imran Khan, the prime minister of Pakistan, has been passed by a majority,” Ayaz Sadiq announced after the votes were processed.