FIR’s are being filed against police officers involved in illegal operations and violence, Fawad Chaudhry

All these incidents are an indication of the ongoing constitutional crisis in Pakistan. It is unforgivable to flout court orders. Let the High Court guard its decisions. Tehreek-e-Insaf spokesperson’s tweet.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry has said that police officers involved in illegal operations and violence are being registered. According to the details, in a statement on the social media website Twitter, he said that the way the police entered Imran Khan’s residence by blowing up the decision of the Lahore High Court, every rule of chador and four walls was violated. , stolen, carried away to juice boxes, innocent people were subjected to torture, what happened in Islamabad, all these incidents are indicative of the ongoing constitutional crisis in Pakistan.

The former federal minister said that flouting court orders is unforgivable, the High Court should guard its decisions, all police officers who have conducted illegal operations and involved in violence are being booked, for this today legal action is being taken. A team meeting has been called.

On the other hand, a case was registered under the Anti-Terrorism Act and other provisions against several leaders and workers of the party, including the Chairman of the Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan, for rioting outside the judicial complex, while a case was registered for damage to government property and police vehicles. A report has also been prepared which will be sent to the Home Ministry, a total of 15 police vehicles and motorcycles were damaged by the PTI protesters, in which two vehicles and two motorcycles were set on fire.

In the police report, it is said that the PTI protesters set fire to the pick-up of the Lohi Bhir police station and the vehicles of the bomb disposal squad of the special branch, while they also set fire to two motorcycles of the Margalla police station. 12 vehicles, including two prisoner buses, two Faisalabad Constabulary buses and one Chakwal police bus had their windows broken, similarly, other police vehicles were damaged by sticks and stone pelting.

Meanwhile, the federal government took strict notice of the inclusion of Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan in the convoy of Imran Khan with the official protocol and started considering action against him. Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid joined the convoy with armed guards during his appearance in the Islamabad court and GB police personnel provided security to Imran Khan against the clear orders of the federal government.

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