PTI central leadership implicated in a case

Under the terms of the Amplifier Act and other regulations, the Federal Police has filed a case against the whole PTI central leadership of Pakistan PTI, including Imran Khan.

PTI central leadership has been implicated in a case.

Express News reports that Assistant Sub-Inspector of Abpara Police Station Muhammad Anwar stated in his report that on August 20th, Baslasla was present at zero point on law and order duty, around 6:30 pm, a rally in which PTI activist Murad Saeed participated. Other witnesses included Faisal Javed Khan, Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, Asad Umar, Raja Khurram Nawaz, Ali Nawaz Awam, Faisal Vawda, Sajja

The participants, who numbered between 1000 and 1200, began yelling “Free Shahbaz Gul” while brandishing PTI banners and flags.

On this occasion, they intimidated the ordinary people by obstructing the road and restricting their movement, which made it impossible for the common people to go about their everyday lives. Rally participants also utilised loudspeakers to criticise the administration. shrill sloganeering

No one could disperse in Islamabad despite the ban on protests and rallies, thus the Abpara police opened an inquiry and registered case number 728/22 under sections 188, 186, 506, 341 and 109 of the Amplifier Acts.

It appears that the combined opposition, now in power, is trying to finish off PTI. The country is passing through a crisis and the Prime Minister is playing a deadly game which could result in a political upheavel.