According to sources speaking to Jio News, the Punjab police are considering conducting a “possible campaign” to capture allegedly hidden “terrorists” in the hometown of Pakistan’s President Imran Khan. of the park.
According to officials, all roads to the park have been closed, and there is a significant presence of law enforcement officials in the surrounding area.
The Punjab government has issued a 24-hour deadline to Pakistan’s Talik-A-Inf (PTI) demanding that they surrender those “terrorists” who took refuge in the former p rime minister’s home. The government had set a time limit for PTI at 2 p.m., which has already passed.
According to some of our sources, the “Grand Operation” may begin after the deadline has expired.
According to information provided by various sources, both the Chief Investigator of Punjab Police and the Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) have requested that the police continue to demonstrate “justice”.
Punjab’s information minister, said on Wednesday night that there is currently no preparation by the provincial administration to arrest PTI president, Imran Khan.
During an interview on the show “Today with Shah Jeb Khanzada” broadcast by Jio News, the provincial government minister said, “Let the first 24-hour deadline expire, then the government will reveal its plans.”
The statement given by the minister came a few hours after the head of the PTI expressed concern about his arrest.
“This is probably my last tweet before I go to detention again. The leader of the PTI, who was removed from the post of prime minister in April last year, said in a tweet that police had besieged their home.
Amir Meir continued saying that Khan is provoking people “as he always does.” The information minister said the president of the PTI “was lying.”
During his news conference the day before, the minister set a 24-hour deadline for PTI to hand over to the police of “30-40 terrorists who have taken refuge” in the former prime minister’s Lahar Chalet.
The minister threatened, “PTI should surrender these terrorists, otherwise the law will do its job.” He further said the government knew about the existence of these “terrorists” because the administration had been sent real intelligence reports.
On Wednesday, law enforcement officers can be seen conducting passenger searches on Sundar Das Road close to Zaman Park in Lahore.
According to sources who spoke to Geo News, the Punjab police is planning to launch a “massive operation” in order to nab the “terrorists” who are believed to be holed up in the Pakistan Tehreek’s house- e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan at Zaman Park.
According to officials, all roads leading to Zaman Park have been closed, and a large number of law enforcement officers are in the vicinity.
The Punjab government has issued a 24-hour notice to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) demanding they hand over the “terrorists” who took sanctuary in the prime minister’s residence. The government has set the deadline for the PTI at two in the afternoon, which has passed.
According to one of our sources, the “big work” can begin after the deadline has passed.
The information provided by our source indicates that the Inspector General of Punjab Police and the Chief Police Officer (CCPO) have asked the police to be cautious.
Amir Mir, the Acting Information Minister of Punjab, stated on Wednesday night that there is currently no plan by the provincial authorities to arrest Imran Khan, the head of the PTI.
During an interview with him on the program “Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath” broadcast by Geo News, the provincial government minister said, “First let the 24-hour period expire, then the government will she explained her plan.”
The minister’s announcement came hours after the PTI chairman expressed his concern that he would be arrested.
“This may be my last tweet before I am detained again,” the PTI leader, who was removed from his post as prime minister in April last year, said in a tweet. the police surrounded his house. .
Amir Mir continued that Khan was inciting people “as usual.” The Information Minister stated that the PTI leader was “lying.”
During his press conference this morning, the minister gave PTI a deadline of 24 hours to hand over to the police “30-40 terrorists sheltering” in the house of the former the prime minister of Lahore.
“PTI should hand over these terrorists, otherwise the law will take action,” said the minister. He added that the government is aware of the presence of these terrorists since authentic information has been sent to the government.