Sindh IGP was abducted, pressurized to lodge case against PML-N: Shahid Khaqan

Sindh IGP was abducted, pressurized to lodge case against PML-N: Shahid Khaqan

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Islamabad: Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, former prime minister and senior leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), said on Thursday that the Sindh Police Inspectorate (IGP) was kidnapped and Put pressure to bring a lawsuit against PML-N leaders and party workers.

The former prime minister had talked to the media and accused Prime Minister Imran Khan of being responsible for the entire incident. He said that Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Staff of the Army, could interrogate his subordinate officers under the Army Act.

“The federation attacked the province. Both departments involved in siege of the IGP’s home are under the federal government and were given directions by PM Imran Khan.

“What will happen to the country when its prime minister starts violating law? From where will Maryam Nawaz, Sindh IGP and public get justice? One former PM was ousted only for possessing a visa. A senate committee should be formed over the matter. The constitution is being violated in the country.”

PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal said that Prime Minister Imran Khan awarded Indian spy Kurbhushan Jadhav “Super NRO”, To grant him the right of appeal. Ahsan Iqbal stated that the prime minister is setting an agenda for revenge, adding that Imran Khan was forced to harm Pakistan. He said that inflation is the biggest problem.

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