Nobody to be allowed to lockdown, disturb life in Islamabad: Saad
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Railways Saad Rafique on Thursday said viewing constitution of Pakistan nobody would be allowed to lockdown or disturb life in Islamabad, ARY News reported.
Enemies of Pakistan want to shutdown Pakistani cities, so on whose agenda are you working?, he questioned from Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan while addressing a press conference in Islamabad flanked by other Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leaders.
On the other hand, PTI has pledged to continue with their shutdown call of the federal capital on November 2 at all costs.
Khawaja Saad said the government would protect lives and properties of masses at any cost.
He said Imran Khan should be got medically checked as his measures were becoming risk for Pakistan.
“The PTI chief is talking about searching, he himself would be comprehensively searched. He himself is founder of off-shore companies in Pakistan,” he said.
He also spoke on this occasion about the ruling government’s achievements and warned against making hastily steps to grab power of the federal government.
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