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Govt has no issue with Imran Khan landing his helicopter in Islamabad, says Rana Sanaullah

Govt has no issue with Imran Khan landing his helicopter in Islamabad, says Rana Sanaullah:

Govt has no issue with Imran Khan landing his helicopter in Islamabad, says Rana Sanaullah

Govt has no issue with Imran Khan landing his helicopter in Islamabad, says Rana Sanaullah

Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan stated that if security agencies do not object, the ruling coalition has no objections to PTI Chairman Imran Khan landing a helicopter in the Parade Ground.

His remarks follow PTI leader Shibli Faraz’s claim that the government had forbidden a helicopter from landing on the Parade grounds on Thursday. Imran Khan, a former cricketer who is now a politician, had earlier declared that despite being hurt, he would take part in a sizable public rally on November 26 in Rawalpindi.

The PTI had asked the authorities to let Imran Khan land his helicopter at the Parade Ground. Rana Sanaullah said in an interview that he has requested the Islamabad administration to decide the case on its merits.

Sanaullah emphasized, “let’s see how he does that,” when responding to Imran Khan’s claim that he would bring a sea of people to Rawalpindi. As PTI is scheduled to hold a sit-in at Nawaz Sharif Park, Rana Sanaullah described it as a “strange turn of events.” He cautioned the Imran Khan-led PTI against obstructing traffic and upsetting residents with their sit-ins.

The General Headquarters (GHQ) previously stated that it has “no objection” to the PTI’s request regarding Imran Khan’s helicopter landing at the Parade ground. According to a GHQ document, Khan-led-PTI must contact the federal government or the Capital Development Authority because the matter is within their purview.

The GHQ document stated, “General Headquarters has no objection to the request for placement of the helicopter subject to clearance by concerned authorities.” The PTI petitioned the Islamabad High Court (IHC) earlier this week to grant permission for Imran Khan’s helicopter to land and take off from Parade Ground.

Imran Khan, the former prime minister of Pakistan, urged his supporters to assemble in Rawalpindi on November 26 in a video address. He urged them, “Now you have to come out for me,” and explained that he was travelling to Rawalpindi for them in this state. PTI leader Asad Umar presided over a meeting on November 24 to go over plans for the party’s rally in Rawalpindi.

PTI Tweeted: “The most important meeting of PTI under the chairmanship of Central Secretary General Asad Umar regarding the arrangements for the real Azadi March in Rawalpindi, In the meeting, a detailed discussion was held regarding the arrangements In the meeting, there was a detailed discussion on the March security plan, route plan and media plan and other important issues.”

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Pavan Manzoor is an experienced content writer , editor and social media handler along with a track record of youth-oriented activities in Pakistan and abroad. She was selected as a fully-funded delegate as a leadership fellow in Turkey. She also led a team of 5 volunteers at the week-long Young Professionals Fellowship in Maldives. She is also a member of the Youth Standing Committee on Higher Education.


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