Qadri’s workers fought with police in Model Town: Sanaullah

LAHORE: Former Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah said on Monday that the Model Town police operation was done after more than 2500 Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) workers resisted police’s peaceful action of barrier removal, ARY News reported.

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The former law minister while speaking in an ARY News talk show , claimed that more than 2500 PAT workers resisted police attempt to remove barriers outside their party chief  Tahir-ul-Qadri’s house while maintaining that any place which has private barriers installed around it, is a no-go area.

Sanaullah was of the view that it does not suit a politician to say that I will deliver or die.

Answering questions, the PML-N stalwart accepted that the electoral system has defects and there is enough need and room for improvement.

Sanaullah criticized PTI chief Imran Khan by saying that his issue is not election rigging but he has been fooled into believing that the present government will be toppled adding that all surveys and analysts were predicting a PML-N victory in Punjab.

He claimed that unverifiable votes cannot be called fake while saying that is a tradition in Pakistan for all losing parties to claim that election was rigged.

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Qadri’s workers fought with police in Model Town: Sanaullah

by Anees Hanif