Nisar asks Khattak not to drag FC into politics
ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar has congratulated the police for maintaining writ of the state during Islamabad protest, ARY News reported.
Addressing a ceremony in Islamabad, the interior minister responded to Pervez Khattak’s criticism, saying that the KP chief minister would face the same treatment if he comes to Islamabad with an intent to create chaos.
He asked Khattak not to drag Frontier Constabulary into politics.
The KP CM had slammed the government for placing blockades on routes leading to Islamabad, and targeted the rulers for stirring confrontation between FC personnel and Pakhtuns arriving from KP to take part in the protest.
Nisar said a rally also arrived from KP yesterday which was provided due security by the police.
“We want peace and prosperity in the country, and not
Yesterday in a statement regarding PTI’s rally on Nov 2, Nisar said that law will take its course if any participant tried to disturb law and order in the federal capital.
The spokesperson said over ten thousand security personnel have been deputed to ensure law and order in the city.