ISLAMABAD: On Friday, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah advised President Arif Alvi to adhere to his legal obligations and official responsibilities.
The interior minister responded to a letter that President Arif Alvi had sent to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif by reminding him of his constitutional obligations and responsibilities and advising him not to engage in petty politics “at the whim of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan.”
According to Sanaullah, the president should prosecute PTI leader Imran for supporting terrorism, send him a letter requesting that he return £190 million to Pakistan, and bring Toshakhana and foreign funding issues before the courts.
The interior minister claimed that both the lawbreakers and the Constitution held constitutional positions.
The interior minister rhetorically questioned claims that the current government was violating human rights.
When 15 kg of heroin was dropped on political opponents at the time, where were the human rights? Sanaullah enquired.
He queried, “Was the political opposition leader, as well as her sisters and daughters, executed in accordance with human rights?
Sanaullah questioned whether it was necessary to “crush the bones of journalists” in the name of human rights “.
He questioned if the use of gasoline bombs and firearms against police officers was in compliance with human rights.