Rawalpindi: Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain has said that it was not at the behest of any external power or country but due to riots and sedition in the country that the government of Pakistan itself banned TLP. All provincial governments, police and security forces along with the federation have taken immediate action to prove that no one can challenge the state's writ, Rana Sanaullah, Altaf Hussain and the extremist party are speaking. , Rana Sanaullah will be prosecuted under terrorism and provisions for using such language against officers and institutions, Prime Minister Imran Khan also agrees that in our system it takes so long to see justice done No, now politics, election campaign can be done only within the ambit of the constitution and law.
He was talking to media after visiting injured policemen during a banned TLP protest at District Headquarters Hospital Rawalpindi on Saturday. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Shahbaz Gul, PTI General Secretary Amir Kayani and Commissioner Rawalpindi Syed Gulzar Shah, DC Rawalpindi Captain (Retd) Anwarul Haq, RPO Imran Ahmar, Principal Allied Hospitals Dr Omar and other administrative officials were also present. Federal Minister for Information Chaudhry Fawad Hussain inspected the policemen undergoing treatment at DHQ Hospital and conveyed to them the message of Prime Minister Imran Khan that the entire government stands with the police and security agencies.
He said that police and security forces are our pride, nations develop when institutions play a dynamic and active role. Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry said that PTI team has come to DHQ on the special instructions of Prime Minister Imran Khan. He said that the government has managed to control the sedition of the banned party TLP in a good manner. On Friday, social media had to be temporarily shut down for a while. No one is immune to it. We love the sanctity of the Holy Prophet more than our lives, property and children. Without it, no one can be a Muslim. Politics on this issue was to gain personal interest. There have been sectarian riots in Pakistan before and anti-national agencies were involved in it. We will not allow any such activity to flourish.
He said that the protest of the banned party and the timely action taken by all the provinces on the road block was commendable. He said that Pakistan is the fifth largest country in the world with nuclear power and the largest army. No power can weaken Pakistan without any misunderstanding. Federal Minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said that no house is going to be demolished in Jati Umrah, a process started 8 months ago, the Prime Minister had instructed action on reports of occupation of government lands by MNS across the country in which several Hundreds of kanals of government land were confiscated by Khokhar Palace, Daniel Aziz and others. There were many non-political people in it but they were backed by political people.
Similarly, in the past, government land was given to an unnamed old woman during Jati Umrah and later the land was given to Nawaz Sharif's mother. The Revenue Department initiated action on this and also issued notices which were issued by the Sharif family. It has been challenged in court but no one's demand can be accepted that the occupation of government lands should be allowed to continue.
Replying to a question, he said that PTI movement was against corruption, looting, money laundering, Panama Papers. TLP was a fitna which will end. In reply to a question, he said that Rana Sanaullah The language used against the Chief Secretary, Commissioner and other officers was like that of Altaf Hussain and the banned party. Those who want to be Altaf Hussain and the banned party should know what their current position is, no one is allowed. They will be allowed to use such language against government officials and institutions and threaten them with children. If any child of Rana Sanaullah or Noon League Balongra does so, action will be taken against him. Rana Sanaullah A case will be registered against him under the Terrorism Act and other provisions.