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Imran for action against 'armed groups in govt'

BANNU: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan on Saturday said that action should be taken against the ‘armed groups sitting within the government’, ARY News reported.

Talking to media here, Imran Khan said that first of all an action should be taken against armed groups sitting within the government. He questioned whether the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) is above the law or the law isn’t meant for it.

He said that following the Army Public School massacre, two APCs were called and it was decided that no armed group will be allowed to operate in the country.

The PTI chairman said that it has become a general perception that no one can lay his hands on you, provided if you are in government and demanded that the armed groups sitting in the government should be taken to task first of all.

On the occasion of reopening of a girls’ school in Bannu, he said that he had received complaints that the school was closed for past seven years.

Imran Khan said that he is glad that the school has been reopened.

He proudly claimed to have set a new tradition by listening to public issues via a radio program and vowed to introduce a new system in health and education sectors, in the interest of people.

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