PPP demands Saudi Arabia to ban entry of Imran Khan, Sheikh Rashid
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The PPP leaders have requested the Saudi government to ban the entry of PTI Chief Imran Khan and former interior minister Sheikh Rashid after the incident of Tahreek-i-Insaf’s activists at Masjid-e-Nabavi, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
The PPP leaders including Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis Sajid Hussain Toori and PPP Secretary Information Faisal Karim Kundi were holding a presser in Islamabad on Saturday.
Minister for Overseas Pakistanis Toori said that the Pakistani diaspora need not to worry as consultations were being held on granting them the voting rights.
He said the Pakistani expats were educated people. Only a few elements tried to create mischief in Medina, he said adding that the government would try to solve all issues being faced by the overseas Pakistanis including workers’ welfare fund, OPF and EOBI.
Kundi expressed his satisfaction saying finally Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz was able to take oath to his office today.
“We are eliminating the remnants of former PM Imran Khan’s government in a democratic way,” he added.
The PPP leaders said that the ‘miracles’ of former First Lady’s friend were also coming to light which could be traced to Bani Gala.
They held that they did not believe in political victimization but everyone would be held accountable for the theft and dacoity which he had committed.