Bringing change to Punjab govt not a big deal: Rana Sanaullah

By: News Desk
Published: 05:43 PM, 24 Sep, 2022
Bringing change to Punjab govt not a big deal: Rana Sanaullah
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Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has said that change in the Punjab government is not a big deal and several options are available for achieving this, reported 24NewsHD TV Channel.  

Addressing a press conference here on Saturday, Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz leader Rana Sanaullah said that no one will be allowed to invade Islamabad.  

He said if PTI comes for a protest they must go to places fixed by the court. However, if PTI led by Imran Khan will, try to go to Red Zone or, come with armed people, they will be stopped by force because it is our responsibility as government, he added

Heavy contingent of Police, Rangers and FC are at disposal of the government and efforts will be made for careful use of force and to reduce the losses, he warned.

“Imran Khan admitted that he had come on May 25 with armed groups, if he comes again with armed groups, the law will adopt its own course, he vowed, adding that if there was no preparation on May 25, then what did they come to Islamabad to do?

The federal minister said the coalition government had sacrificed its politics to steer the country out of the crisis. “The government took tough decisions for the country due to which they failed to control rising inflation in the country, he confessed.

The government could not control inflation and it has increased due to the difficult decisions taken by the government, he added.

The minister said former prime minister Nawaz Sharif will return to Pakistan before the general elections that will be held in 2023.

He claimed said Mian Shehbaz Sharif had made successful dialogues with the world leaders after ravaging flooding in the country.

The PML-N leader blamed Imran Khan for the delay in the resumption of the IMF program. The incumbent government as well as the masses are paying for the delay, he hinted.  

He said that the government economic team will be strengthened with the return of Ishaq Dar.

He said the flood played havoc with the lives of the people while the role of PTI has been very irresponsible in the current situation. Shaukat Tareen did a very shameful act, even Imran Khan did not condemn this shameful act, he lamented.

Terming the policies of Imran Khan as anti-Pakistan, he said that the coalition government partners have not done personal politics but we thought of the betterment of Pakistan.