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Application sent to SC for stopping Imran Khan from Islamabad lockdown

ISLAMABAD: An application has been moved in the Supreme Court, asking for it to guide the central government to limit Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and his laborers from blockading the elected capital and organizing a sit-in.

“Islamabad is not his (Khan’s) own bequest to close, and the inhabitants of Islamabad are not his slaves to torment them… by calling his specialists from all over Pakistan and making their lives hopeless,” expressed the application.

The application, submitted under Rule 6 of the Supreme Court Rules 1980, was recorded by Advocate Tariq Asad who made the Interior Ministry, Information Ministry, the Pakistan Electronic Media and Regulatory Authority (PEMRA), PTI Chairman Imran Khan, National Accountability Bureau, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) chief general and Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) administrator respondents.

The application was documented only a day prior to the date of knowing about various sacred petitions on Panama spills, wherein the PTI is likewise a candidate. A three-judge seat, headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali, will take up the petitions for listening to today (Thursday).

As per the application, the PTI boss has likewise approached party individuals to raise stores for closing Islamabad down on November 2 and arranging the sit-in.

The candidate noticed that the past sit-in of the PTI went on for 128 days, and elements of the league and regions – being reliant on Islamabad Secretariat – were unfavorably influenced, as the streets were blocked and workplaces bolted. He expressed that the general population were restricted to their homes because of that movement and the administration endured an unsalvageable loss of around Rs 1 trillion.

He expressed that the PTI chief was dragging the state towards a sacred breakdown, and the general population dreaded an overthrow like circumstance. The candidate expressed that political shakiness prompts financial precariousness, and that such hazards give a chance to outer strengths, hostile to state components and weight gatherings to act against the nation for their own particular personal stakes. “Developments like that of Imran Khan would bear no organic products,” he said, including that it would simply make political shakiness and in this way add to the monetary emergency.