PTI claims Imran Khan’s life in danger; Bani Gala security beefs up

PTI chairman Imran Khan is expected to arrive today at Bani Gala and he has convened the meeting of the Core Committee of PTI today at Bani Gala; ICT Police have taken control of Bani Gala and deployed special police personal to avoid any illegal activity

Imran Khan’s life in danger; Bani Gala security beefed up

PTI leader and former minister for parliamentary affairs Dr Babar Awan talking to private news channel gave a startling news that Imran Khan’s life was in danger and the next 24 hours to 48 were very important.

Dr Babar Awan said, “Keep Bani Gala in your mind.”

Dr Babar Awan claimed that some unidentified people were spotted around the Bani Gala, residence of PTI chairman Imran Khan.

Babe Awan claimed quoting some unofficial informed circles of Islamabad that some people will try to enter inside the Bani Gala at night time.

Imran Khan had already expressed his fears that a conspiracy was being planned behind closed door to assassinate him.

On the other hand, Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Police issued a statement on Sunday and maintained that special security police personal have been deployed around Bani Gala in the wake of possible arrival of Imran Khan.

ICT Police said that special police security have taken control of Bani Gala outside security.

The Islamabad Police claimed they have not been provided yet the list of people inside the Bani Gala.

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IMAGE: Prime Minister Imran Khan addressing the nation from Islamabad, on February 28, 2022. — YouTube

 

Capital Police force have clarified that ICT Police will provide complete security to Imran Khan and there was a complete ban on any kinds of public gatherings as Section 144 imposed in Capital city.

Police personal are checking vehicles entering into the Bani Gala to thward any illigagal activity and any untoward incident.

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The federal police force urged people to report to the police in case they find any thing or person suspicious.