ISLAMABAD – Intelligence agencies of Pakistan have warned the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) lead federal government to be aware from the outcry of protests on the call of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan.
The reports confirmed that intelligence agencies have submitted their analysis with the federal government and now its up to them how to manage the expected menace.
It is notable that all intelligence agencies, including Intelligence Bureau (IB), have maintained that Imran Khan and other political leaders might add a violence in the protests after November 30. Just to remind that Imran Khan gave the call that after November 30 he would not be able to control masses from protesting at their will.
The correspondent of PakistanTribe contacted one central leader of PTI in Islamabad. She, however, refused that things will escalate to such heights. “We have plans but not such horrible that government issues our leaders’ arrest warrants,” the central leader of PTI who works close with Shireen Mazari told.
When she was reminded about the intelligence reports submitted with the government, she said “I would rather not comment on the basis of this report. We all know how these institutes work on the directives of sitting government.”
The intelligence reports rather describe the post 30 November situation in much chaotic manner. It was clearly noted in the reports that internal security of country would be at high risk. The chances of forming a countrywide alliance against the PML-N government is also on pages. Reports further suggest that gradually whole country will be marred with huge protests if sufficient steps are not being taken.
Moreover, the arrest warrants of Imran Khan and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT)’s supremo Tahurul Qadri have been issued. The Federal Information Minister Perveaiz Rahshid commented on these warrants stating “Police must comply with the orders.”