Imran’s own security to arrest him when bail expires: Sana

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Rules out possibility of talks with PTI chief; Khan nominated in over two dozen cases

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah on Sunday said that the PTI Chairman Imran Khan would be arrested once his protective bail expires.

Ahead of PTI’s second long march to Islamabad, the Peshawar High Court, on June 2, granted Imran Khan three-week transit bail against a surety bond of Rs50,000. The PTI chairman moved the PHC against his possible arrest in case he marches to Islamabad again.

Taking to Twitter, Rana Sanaullah said that Imran Khan has been nominated in over two dozens of cases including rioting, sedition, chaos and armed attacks at the federation.

The security officials deployed outside the Imran Khan’s Bani Gala residence would arrest him on the expiry of his protective bail granted by the court, he added.

“How one can become a head of political party in a democratic society who instigates people and have complete disregard of moral and democratic values, terming his opponents traitors?” he questioned.

The minister said they welcome Imran Khan to Islamabad and the security is being provided to him as per the law.

Late Saturday night, the Islamabad police said that in view of Imran Khan’s expected return to Islamabad from Peshawar, security around Bani Gala has been beefed up.

“In view of the expected arrival of PTI Chairman Imran Khan in Bani Gala, security around Bani Gala has been strengthened and placed on high alert,” said the police.

The Islamabad police further said that the security division has deployed dedicated security in Bani Gala. Section 144 is imposed in Islamabad and any congregation is not allowed as per orders of the district magistrate.

A police spokesperson said that Imran Khan will be provided complete security as per the law, adding that reciprocal cooperation is expected from the security teams of Imran Khan as well.


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