Advertising

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah mocked, slammed for threatening PTI

Imran Khan says he will return with full preparation to tackle Police aggression for Long March. Rana Sanaullah is also garnering mockery and criticism on Twitter.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah is being mocked and criticized for his latest tweet on the second Long March by PTI, on Tuesday.

In the tweet, he allegedly threatened severe consequences for PTI if they came to Islamabad for another Long March. He said that he will not let the PTI members and followers cross the barriers. Interior Minister said: “I am warning PTI against the announcement of another long march. One thing I want to illustrate, as soon as the long March is announced, “let them come and I’ll see how they cross barriers this time.”

https://twitter.com/NutsAtNust/status/1531816622951911424?s=20&t=EtsLzYfURDB4yVK3APupFA

Rana Sanaullah is being affronted by people for unleashing extreme police aggression on the protestors and marchers on 25th May that were coming to Islamabad from Punjab and KPK. Roads and highways were blocked with the heavy container to avoid the caravans from reaching Islamabad. Five people lost their lives by Police aggression.

Read more: Is Miftah ignorant regarding sanctions on Russia?

Disturbing visuals show police baton-charged and tear-gassed people. Shelling intensified hours before Imran Khan reached Islamabad. In some areas, Police opened fire on protestors to disperse them.

Now, Rana Sanaullah has once again threatened the protestors with severe consequences. PTI leader Imran Khan said that the protestors were not prepared to tackle extreme violence by Police.

Imran Khan says he will return with full preparation to tackle Police aggression for Long March. Rana Sanaullah is also garnering mockery and criticism on Twitter. Hilarious comments appear on social media against Rana Sanaullah Twitter.

Read more: The politics of audio-visual leaks

Leaders of PTI mocked Rana Sanaullah. They reminded him that despite blockages, they reached D-Chowk in Islamabad. Former Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry said:  “Who wrote this English? It should be known first then we will answer.” Others condemned him for threatening people being a federal minister for Pakistan.