LAHORE – The guardian arrangement in the country’s most crowded district Punjab again forced Area 144 in the commonplace capital as PTI charman Imran Khan declared driving his party’s political campaign today.
The declaration was made as the previous decision Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is good to go to raise a ruckus around town today in front of general races, while the public authority confined a wide range of get-togethers.
Amir Mir, the Punjab Information Minister, made the announcement during a press conference that Section 144 would be implemented in Lahore due to the presence of a Pakistan Super League (PSL) match as well as a marathon there.
Mir, who works as a media executive, said that the PTI chief had said that a rally would be held on another important day, when PSL games will start in. But he said that the election campaign will start on April 6 in Punjab and urged Imran Khan to work with the provincial government.
Imran Khan was also told by the minister that if anyone tried to challenge the state’s writ, severe punishment would be taken Punjab again imposes Section 144 in Lahore ahead of PTI’s election rally.
The Punjab government has banned gatherings for the second time in less than a week with the midnight announcement. Imran Khan, a former premier, announced leading a public rally on Saturday.
He strongly criticized interim Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi and IGP Usman Anwar for claiming that PTI worker Ali Bilal, also known as Zillay Shah, had died accidentally. He demanded a judicial investigation and reiterated that Shah had been killed while being held by the police.
PTI workers Ali Bilal, more commonly referred to as Zilley Shah, was killed when Punjab police fired tear gas at stick-wielding demonstrators last week.