Would Pakistani authorities outlaw Imran Khan's party?
Asserting that the police seized weapons and petrol bombs from the former premier's residence in Lahore, Pakistan's interior minister Rana Sanuallah stated that the Shehbaz Sharif-led administration is preparing to consult experts to begin the process of designating Imran Khan's political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) as a "proscribed" organization.
As Imran Khan traveled from Lahore to Islamabad to attend a court hearing, the police arrived at his home. Almost 10,000 armed Punjab police officers invaded Imran Khan's home while he was in Islamabad and detained hundreds of his followers, according to Pakistani media.
Terrorists were hiding at Zaman Park, according to interior minister Sanuallah. Guns, petrol bombs, and other items have been found in Imran Khan's home, which is sufficient proof to bring a case against the PTI for being a terrorist group.
To declare any party prohibited, a legal method is mostly used. On this matter, nevertheless, we will speak with our legal department," he continued.
If anybody had any question, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Niazi's antics over the last several days have exposed his fascist and militant inclinations, according to Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, while Maryam Nawaz Sharif said, "I wonder whether he calls himself a politician. Politicians do not fear being held accountable or going to prison. Only criminals and terrorists do this. Fear of being arrested demonstrates the validity of Imran's charges.
She said, "He is a coward because he fled the court without registering his presence.