Punjab government decides over cases against PTI workers
The Punjab government took a decision to end ‘fake cases’ against the PTI workers which were deliberately filed to target the political opponents by the previous government led by Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) after May 25 rally.
Punjab Home Minister Hashim Dogar sought an inquiry report on the cases registered against the PTI workers on May 25. Hashim Dogar said that the ‘fascist government’ had lodged ‘fake cases’ to terrorise the political workers on May 25. “I have sought a report on the fake cases from the high-level officials and concerned departments.”
“All fake cases registered against the PTI workers will be dissolved and the responsible officers will be held accountable.”
“Legal action will be taken against the representatives of the fascist government. They had violated the law in Punjab and later in the federal capital Islamabad. PML-N had used Punjab and Islamabad police departments for its political motives.”
The Punjab home minister said that the PML-N leaders were now trying to hide from the authorities due to fear of getting arrested. “We will not treat you in same way which you have done with us. How many days you will hide from us. You will have to face the music in accordance with the law.”
Meanwhile, Punjab CM Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi has ordered launching a crackdown on the elements found involved in display of weapons across Punjab.