Imran Khan is plotting in jail to spread anarchy: Rana Sanaullah

Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s political and public affairs adviser Rana Sanaullah has claimed that jailed former prime minister Imran Khan is hatching a conspiracy inside the jail to create another “political chaos”. Speaking on Geo News’ Naya Pakistan programme, the former interior minister Sanaullah said Khan, the 71-year-old founder of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, was not allowed by the court to hold political meetings in the high-security Adiala jail. Khan has over 200 cases registered against him and he has been found guilty in some of them. He has been in jail since August last year.

Sanaullah claimed that the PTI founder was not allowed to make such plans to create chaos while sitting in jail. He claimed that the evidence available with the concerned authorities substantiates the claims of such a plan going on in the jail. However, the Prime Minister’s aide said that the government does not have any audio or video evidence about the plan, but those who are responsible for it and are on duty there have this evidence. Sanaullah’s statement comes after former ruling party leaders said that they were not allowed to meet the party founder lodged in Adiala Jail earlier this week even though they had waited for a few hours outside the jail.

Commenting on the rally organised by Khan’s party in Islamabad, the senior Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader said the PTI’s decision to hold a show of strength during Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar, was inappropriate. The PTI on Saturday postponed its rally in Islamabad’s suburbs after authorities revoked its permission citing security concerns. The party was scheduled to hold its show of strength in Tarnol at 6 pm for which it had obtained a no-objection certificate (NOC) from Islamabad’s deputy commissioner. However, the administration revoked the permission on Friday, saying the NOC issued by the deputy commissioner was being reviewed afresh in view of security concerns.

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