PM to be responsible for any untoward incident at rallies: JUI-F

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Peshawar

JUI-F General Secretary Abdul Ghafoor Haideri on Friday warned that Prime Minister Imran Khan and the federal government would be responsible if anything untoward happened at the opposition rallies.
The warning came after NACTA (National Counter Terrorism Authority) issued a security alert, saying that the terrorists could carry out attacks in Peshawar and Quetta.
Similarly, Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid has been repeatedly talking about the possibility of terror activities in the coming days and weeks.
Earlier, Interior Minister Ijaz Shah had stated that the PML-N leadership might be in danger because of the party’s political narrative.
Addressing a press conference at the Parliament Lodges in Islamabad, Haideri promised that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (rally) scheduled for Sunday in Quetta would historic.
Talking about the Karachi episode in which Capt Safdar was arrested after barging into the room of PML-N Vice-president Maryam Nawaz, the JUI-F leader said the federal government was either a criminal or an accused and they would not accept any investigation carried out by the Centre.

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