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Imran Khan's problems increased, the government also supported the action against the rioters under the Army Act

Pankaj Prasad
Imran Khan
Imran Khan

In Pakistan, the army has the right to take action against civilians under the Army Act or military law.

Former Prime Minister Imran Khan's difficulties are increasing in Pakistan. In fact, a resolution has been passed in the Parliament of Pakistan, under which action can be taken against the accused of violence on May 9 under the Army Act. Let us inform that the army chief of Pakistan had already talked about taking action against the rioters under the Army Act. Now the civil government has also stamped on this.

Pakistani Parliament supports imposition of Army Act on rioters

Pakistan's Defense Minister Khwaja Asif presented a resolution in the Parliament there. The resolution condemned the violence on and after May 9 and supported the security forces. The resolution also supported taking action against the rioters under strict laws like the Army Act. The House reposed unwavering faith in the Pakistani security forces and extended support in solidarity. Explain that the army in Pakistan has the right to take action against civilians under the Army Act or military law. If found guilty under this law, there is a provision of punishment ranging from life imprisonment to death.

Violence erupted in Pakistan after Imran Khan's arrest

Let us tell you that in the past, PTI Chief Imran Khan was arrested from the Islamabad High Court premises in connection with the Al Qadir Trust. After this PTI and Imran supporters started violence across the country. During this, arson was done at various places and for the first time the army headquarters at Rawalpindi was attacked. Simultaneously, the house of the Corps Commander in Lahore was set on fire, while the ISI building in Faisalabad was ransacked. Eight people were killed and a large number of people were injured in this violence. Due to the violence, Pakistan kept burning in the fire of violence for the whole 72 hours.

Pakistan's Anti-Terrorism Court on Friday granted anticipatory bail to Imran Khan in three cases. Explain that Imran Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi and other PTI leaders are facing NAB probe.