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Rana Sana claims PTI intends violence during long march, shares alleged audio clip of party leader as evidence – Pakistan



Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah on Saturday alleged that PTI Chairman Imran Khan wanted to create a law and order situation that might trigger clashes between the people and law enforcement agencies.

Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, Sanaullah alleged that the PTI’s long march was aimed at “shedding the blood of innocent people” in the federal capital.

The minister also released an audio clip, purportedly of former federal minister and PTI leader Ali Amin Gandapur, as evidence of his claim that the party was bringing arms to the capital.

Sanaullah accused Imran of planning to “spread chaos” in the name of the long march, citing the purported leaked audio.

In the clip, a man, believed to be Gandapur, is heard asking an unidentified person about the number of guns and individuals available. He also asks the other person to keep “things and people” ready at a location near the Islamabad border.

Sanaullah said that a forensic audit of the audio clip could be conducted to prove its authenticity and asked the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief secretary and police chief to take notice and “immediately” arrest the two people it featured.

Responding to the allegation, Gandapur referred to the events on May 25 and said the PTI was marching peacefully and yet the government clamped down on it.

“He has again threatened us that they will beat us … we have not worn bangles as well,” he said, questioning if Sanaullah had a “licence to kill”.

“If you beat us, what do you think, we will be carrying garlands for you?”

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