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Govt Decides To Lodge Case Against Rana Sana Ullah Under Terrorism Act

Rawalpindi: Minister for Information and broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry has said that it has been instructed to lodge case under Anti Terrorism Act (ATA) against Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Rana Sana Ullah over his intimidation to Chief Secretary Punjab, commissioner and other officers.

After visiting injured police personnel injured previous days in the violent protest, the Federal Information Minister talking to media said that the writ of the state can’t be challenged adding that Rana Sana Ullah used same language what founder of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and religious organization TLP used and FIRs will be registered against them under ATA.

Information Minister categorically said that no body allowed to threaten government officers and their families and all have to do politics in the ambit of constitution while he added Rana Sana Ullah had to quit his craze to become Altaf Hussain.

He said that the government itself decided to ban the Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan and the ban has not been imposed on the directives of any other country.

While he reiterated that the writ of the state can’t be challenged. If state property was occupied and intimidation and threats were given to officers then an action will be taken.

As per the Federal Minister, Rana Sana Ullah threatened chief secretary Punjab, commissioner and other government officers yesterday, to which, action is being ordered against him.

According to Fawad Chaudhry the government has no any program to bulldoze any house in Jati Umra. While he added that in Jati Umra the government land transferred illegally. First of all the land was transferred on a name of elderly woman and later the land was transferred on the name of mother of Nawaz Sharif. He suggested N-league to approach courts to plead its case.

It can’t be happen that you made house on the government land and no action be taken while he clearly said that no body can black mail the government, he added.