Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has admitted that the government could not control inflation and it has increased due to the difficult decisions of the government.
He said that the Prime Minister and the coalition government were hopeful that immediate relief would be given to the people after the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Speaking at a press conference in Lahore, he said that it is the responsibility of the government to stop any armed group; adding that if PTI will come for a protest they must go to places fixed by the court. He said that if PTI or Imran Khan will try to go to Red Zone they will be stopped by force. He also said that if PTI will come with armed people then we shall have to stop them because it is our responsibility as government.
He further said that Imran Khan has said that they were not prepared on May 25; but if they were not ready why had he claimed to bring two million people to Islamabad?
Declaring the policies of Imran Khan as anti-Pakistan, Sanaullah said that the coalition government partners have not done personal politics but we thought of the betterment of Pakistan. He accepted that they are getting political losses due to rising inflation in the country.
Criticizing PTI Chairman Imran Khan he said that Imran Khan says that if he is in government, everything is right, he made a wrong agreement with IMF and all of his policies were anti-Pakistan.
Interior Minister also said that change in the provincial government of Punjab was not a big deal and 2023 is the election year.
He also said that PM Shehbaz has made successful dialogues with the world after catastrophic floods; adding that Mariam Nawaz and Hamza Shehbaz will visit different flood-affected areas.