Condemning PTI’s confrontational policy, Sarwar parts ways with party

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PTI senior leader Ghulam Sarwar Khan announces parting ways with PTI in this still taken from a video on June 22, 2023. — Twitter/MurtazaViews
PTI senior chief Ghulam Sarwar Khan broadcasts parting methods with PTI on this nonetheless taken from a video on June 22, 2023. — Twitter/MurtazaViews

Rebuking Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) “coverage of confrontation” with the state establishments, senior chief and former aviation minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan introduced leaving the celebration over Might 9 violent protests.

Sarwa, in a video assertion on Thursday, stated these concerned within the assaults on state installations following PTI chief Imran Khan’s in corruption case final month ought to be given exemplary punishment.

“Pakistan’s forces have rendered sacrifices for the survival and safety of the nation,” he stated including that assaults on martyrs’ monuments, Normal Headquarters and different delicate installations have been tantamount to anti-state acts.

Referring to the assaults on GHQ and Lahore’s Jinnah home, the previous minister stated the protesters attacked “coronary heart of Pakistan”.

“I condemn all these unholy actions.. all these concerned in such crimes ought to be given exemplary punishment,” he demanded.

Furthermore, Sarwar additionally hit out at his celebration saying that he strongly condemned the coverage of confrontation of with the establishments.

“I disagreed with the confrontational coverage at each discussion board of the celebration. We must always not combat with establishments,” he remarked.

His assertion emerged on social media a day after he was arrested from Islamabad over his alleged involvement within the Might 9 protests, police sources stated on Wednesday.

A lot of staff and supporters of PTI staged virtually countrywide demonstrations on Might 9 — when the PTI chairman was arrested by paramilitary troops on the instructions of the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) in reference to an alleged Al-Qadir Belief corruption case.

The demonstrators destroyed private and non-private properties, attacked army installations — the Normal Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi and the Lahore Corps Commander’s Home (Jinnah Home) — and ransacked relics of martyrs.

Following the violent protests, dozens of celebration leaders and lawmakers together with Fawad Chaudhry, Shireen Mazari, Ali Zaidi, Aamir Mehmood Kiani and others have parted with the celebration over the violent protests.