ISLAMABAD: Minister for Interior Rana Sanaullah on Tuesday stated if PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s request for bail is rejected with the aid of using the court, the authorities will have “no preference however to arrest him”. “If the authorities decides, we are able to arrest Imran Khan,” the minister stated, and rejected the party’s claims of the “devastation” on the way to follow. He becomes speak me on Geo News program “Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Ke Saath” and become regarding Khan being granted shielding bail with the aid of using the Islamabad High Court until Thursday in a terrorism case, and then he’s anticipated to try to acquire pre-arrest bail. The case become filed after the PTI chairman allegedly threatened a woman judge — who remanded into police custody his leader of staff, Shahbaz Gill — except speak me towards senior police officers at a rally.
Referring to the statements via way of means of Gill which landed him in jail on sedition charges, the minister stated that the feedback had been “now no longer the act of a man or woman”. “Gill’s [comments] had been part of the celebration’s marketing campaign in place of a man or woman act,” he stated, including: “Gill found out at some stage in investigations that it changed into a written statement.” “PTI’s social media wing changed into additionally part of the marketing campaign,” he added. Sanaullah accused the PTI of spreading “poor social media propaganda” focused on the Balochistan helicopter crash martyrs, and puzzled why the celebration has now no longer apologized for its alleged actions. Speaking of the celebration’s rule in Punjab, he stated that the province isn’t always being dominated via way of means of the PTI, “in fact, it’s far being dominated via way of means of PML-Q and the most important thief”. “The walking of Punjab authorities affairs can not move in this way. The memories we pay attention are bizarre,” he stated, including that subjects aren’t being dealt with properly among the PTI and PML-Q and that they had been not going to enhance with inside the future.