PTI’s Gandapur booked over posession of illegal arms, liquor
ISLAMABAD: Police has filed a First Information Report (FIR) against KP’s Revenue Minister Ali Amin Gandapur over having illegal weapons and liquor in possession, ARY News reported.
It should be noted that Gandapur’s car was stopped and searched at a check post at the Rukhsana Bangash road, when he was going to the residence of Imran Khan in Bani Gala.
Police searched the car and claimed to have recovered the weapons and ammunition from the vehicle.
The weapons were displayed at Bara Kahu police station of Islamabad, which included four Kalashnikovs, ammunition, tear-gas fire gun and bullet proof vests.
PTI Vice-Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi speaking to ARY News claimed that the story was concocted and planted by the Islamabad Police to justify their action and the arrests of the PTI activists.
The case was filed at Bara Kahu Police Station by policeman named Younis. The provincial minister is booked over posessing illegal weapons and drugs. He is also accused of violating Section 144.
The FIR mentions that Gandapur escaped on foot after he was stopped by the law enforcement personnel near Rukhsana Bangash road.
It also states that weapons, bullet-proof jackets and alcohol bottles were recovered from his vehicle during the search.
Speaking to media on Monday, Gandapur said that it will be proven in the court whether the weapons — allegedly found in his posession — were legal or illegal.
The PTI leader said that he is being falsely accused in of posessing liquor. He added, “We will demand justice. We cannot be silenced.”
He went on to say that the District Police Officer (DPO) is working as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s servant. Gandapur said, “I challenge him to have his blood tested.”
The provincial revenue minister stated that he will not let his mission be incomplete by surrending himself to the police.