PTI not to be allowed to ‘run over’ Islamabad: Sananullah
LAHORE: Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan says Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) won’t be allowed to create chaotic situation in Islamabad (during its planned protest on November 2).
Addressing a news conference here, the minister said whole nation was united to defeat the menace of terrorism.
Reacting to Khan’s claim of gathering one million people on Nov 2 in Islamabad, Sanaullah challenged the PTI chief to honour his pledge and “if he succeeds, the government will hand over power to him.”
The PM-N leader said that we must work to overcome shortcomings to ensure fool proof security.
He also declared Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif a ‘greater security threat’ to the country. He reiterated that PM Sharif was evading accountability and speaking lies to ‘hide his corruption.’
Khan said Nawaz Sharif had been exposed in the Panama Papers, hence he was finding a way out to escape.