Govt unveils plan to deal PTI protestors

-Rana Sanaullah won’t find place to hide in Islamabad, warns Imran

By Anzal Amin

ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah on Thursday said that the modern methods of firing tear gas shells and rubber bullets on the protesters will be adopted in the case of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) protest.
Addressing the media, Rana Sanaullah said that it is impossible to negotiate with a person like PTI Chairman Imran Khan. He said, “Imran has to prepare now as we are fully prepared”. Rana said the red zone has been sealed as a precaution, adding that the red zone is being opened. He further said that the area will be closed when he [Imran Khan] shows his intention to enter the red zone.
The federal minister further said that the use of drone shelling will also be considered. The government has requested police force from other provinces, in case of refusal, action will be taken against the provinces under the constitution, added Rana.
Meanwhile, former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Thursday while reacting to the threat of Minister for Interior warned Rana Sanaullah that he wouldn’t find place in Islamabad to hide because this time they [PTI] will come fully prepared.
Addressing party convention in Islamabad on Thursday, he said that the Freedom is never given on a plate but sacrifices have to be made to gain real independence.
“Those who have hijacked the system have become billionaires and they will never give us freedom easily,” Imran Khan said adding that the movement for real freedom is the biggest after Tehreek-e-Pakistan.
Reacting to the threats of the interior minister, Imran warned Rana Sanaullah that he would not find a place Govt unveils plan to… to hide in Islamabad if he adopts the same brutality and violence against peaceful marchers at this time. The PTI chairman said that a coward person cannot become a great leader, adding that a person, who can control and end his fear, can become a big leader. The former PM went on to say that he was trying to explain to the nation what kind of Medina welfare state was and also urged the party workers to join his long march when he gives a call, adding that this is a testing time for the PTI workers and the nation.