Stay within your time and constitutional limits, Rana Sanaullah’s advice to the President IG News

Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has strongly reacted to President Arif Alvi’s letter to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and said that Dr. Arif Alvi should stay within his time and constitutional circle and not become a puppet of Imran Khan.

The Federal Minister of Interior said in a statement on the social networking website Twitter that President Alvi should stay within his time and within the constitutional circle. Don’t be a puppet on the orders of Imran Khan. Ask Arif Alvi, Imran Khan for his answer on terrorism.

Rana Sanaullah said that 15 kg of heroin was thrown on political opponents while reading the words. Where were human rights at that time? Was the opposition leader put to death in accordance with human rights? The sisters and daughters of political opponents were put to death in accordance with human rights.

He said that the bones of the journalists should be broken. Where were human rights at that time? Open the head of the police, petrol bombs, bullets, guns according to human rights?

The Federal Interior Minister further said to write a letter to President Imran Khan to return 19 million pounds to Pakistan. Write a letter to Imran asking him to accept Tieren Khan, he is a violation of all rights. Write a letter to Imran Khan to answer the Tosha Khana and foreign funding in the court.

The federal minister strongly criticized the President and said that the constitution and law breaker is imposed on the constitutional post.

It should be noted that President Arif Alvi wrote a letter to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in which he expressed concern over the postponement of the elections.

According to the statement issued by the President’s House, in the letter, the President said that it is necessary to hold elections within 90 days after the dissolution of the provincial assemblies. The Supreme Court has ordered to hold elections in both provinces. And caretaker governments have asked heads of institutions to show incapacity to hold elections.

President Arif Alvi said that it is the duty of institutions to provide assistance in elections according to the constitution and law.

The President said that in order to avoid further complications including contempt of court, the Prime Minister should direct the relevant authorities of the federal and provincial governments to assist the Election Commission to conduct general elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa within the stipulated time.

He wrote that the media has highlighted the incidents of clear violations of fundamental and human rights. There was a need to bring them to the notice of the Prime Minister for the remedy and correction of such incidents. All concerned administrative authorities of federal and provincial governments should be directed to refrain from violating human rights.