Threatening police officers an act against state institutions, Islamabad Police tell Imran

By: News Desk
Published: 11:28 PM, 20 Aug, 2022
Threatening police officers an act against state institutions, Islamabad Police tell Imran
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In reaction to PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s call for registering cases against police officers, the spokesperson of Islamabad Police has said threatening police officers including women officers is an act against state institutions, reported 24 News HD TV Channel Saturday.

Police Public Liaison Officer Islamabad Capital Police said Islamabad Capital Police is performing its duties with utmost diligence. Every officer and youth of the police are performing their duties according to the law. Action will be taken against those who tarnish the reputation of Islamabad Capital Police as an institution and make it controversial, he added.

Earlier, addressing the rally, Imran Khan announced that the party would register cases against the IG and DIG of Islamabad police and the magistrate who granted physical remand of Gill despite the fact that he was subjected to “torture”.

According to the sources, the police have refused to provide security to former prime minister Imran Khan due to his negative rhetoric about the high officials of the Islamabad Police.  

The police are of the opinion that false allegations are being made against our leadership and force, on the other hand, the security of the accusers is being provided by us.

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