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Ministers condemn killing of police constable in Lahore


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ISLAMABAD:- Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Tuesday said that red line has been crossed after shooting police constable Kamal Ahmad in Lahore.

The federal minister went on to say that it is time to mark a “red line” to rescue Pakistan’s people and the economy. “We have drawn a  red line  for the development of Pakistan’s economy, we will not allow anyone to cross it,” she said.

Aurangzeb further said that those who destroyed Pakistan will not be allowed to destroy it anymore. “Whenever Pakistan’s economy  takes off , Imran’s miscreant behavior comes in the way,” she added.

Similarly, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said that shooting of police constable is the proof that Imran Khan is a terrorist and he is the murderer of Kamal Ahmad.

The federal minister said that those who say march of “bloodshed” will happen will be held accountable. After firing on police, it has been proved that this is not a political activity. “It is a proof that they never wanted a peaceful March,” he said.

Sanaullah went on to say that these people who used abusive language, have started to fire bullets. They broke the law and will be held accountable for that.

“Imran Khan is trying to start a civil war in the country. We will bring them to justice. We will not let civil war, chaos and anarchy to rule in the country,” he said.

While talking about the deceased constable, he said that we will give a martyred package to the deceased police personnel. He said that government will be taking care of the family of the martyred constable. He also passed his grievances to the family of the constable and prayed for the family.

“We will take care of the lives of the people of Pakistan,” he added.

Earlier, a police constable embraced martyrdom during a raid at a Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) worker residence in Model Town area of Lahore on Monday night.

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