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PMLN’s Hina Parvez Butt slammed for advocating crackdown on PTI

Hina Parvez Butt has been receiving severe backlash from Twitter users. Disturbing images and videos have appeared on social media last night of the Police allegedly barging into the houses of the PTI leaders.

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PMLN’s Hina Parvez Butt receives condemnation on Twitter for her tweet mocking the crackdown of Punjab Police on PTI leadership. An organized crackdown was kicked off by Punjab Police on key PTI leaders in Punjab allegedly in an attempt to thwart the Long March announced by PTI.

“All PTI leaders are requested to “don’t panic” now,” said Hina Parvez Butt in her tweet. She kept on tweeting throughout the night giving the impression that the raids, arrests, and intimidation are part of the politics of revenge staged by the ruling party, PMLN. She has been quite vocal and advocated the crackdown on PTI.

She tweeted relentlessly expressing her vengeance against PTI and kept mocking the leadership. In one of her tweets, she said: “Rana sahib! These thugs and anarchist elements should not be left out at all.”

She started tweeting as soon as reports of the Police crackdown emerged on social and electronic media. Hina Parvez Butt became prominent out of all the PMLN leadership vouching for the crackdown.

Hina Parvez Butt has been receiving severe backlash from Twitter users. Disturbing images and videos have appeared on social media last night of the Police allegedly barging into the houses of the PTI leaders, harassing and intimidating their families.

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The government’s action came despite its claim that it would allow the PTI to march on Islamabad if the procession remained peaceful.

After a high-powered party meeting at Model Town, which was presided by PM Shehbaz Sharif and attended by his elder brother Nawaz via video link, the government resolved that it would not be dictated by ousted PM Imran Khan’s demand for early elections.

However, they directed the interior minister to make all kinds of preparations to deal with the long march of PTI.

After the meeting, Nawaz took on the PTI chief on Twitter and said: “People can’t be left at the mercy of miscreant jathas which have already played havoc with their lives in terms of poverty, inflation, and joblessness. We as a nation need to stop them.”

Meanwhile, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah had been hinting at retaliating and use of force to disrupt the Long March of PTI. PTI had announced its Long March to start on 25th May 2022.