The police have arrested several members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) – File / Photo: Express News
Rawalpindi: In connection with the election campaign, several cases have been registered against workers for violating Section 144 while participating in rallies on the phone call of the founder and chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
According to Express News, cases have been registered against PTI workers in three police stations in Rawalpindi, and a case has been registered against NA-53 candidate Raja Ajmal Sabir in Chontra police station. Cases have been registered for violating the prohibition under Section 144, collecting civilians, disrupting traffic flow, and obstructing public roads, including violations of the Sound System Act and interference with government machinery.
The police have also nominated 14 out of 10 arrested suspects in cases, while a case has also been registered against 11 workers in Jatli police station. A case has also been registered against PTI workers in the Saddr Bheroni police station, where they have been accused of blocking the road near Adiala Jail and displaying weapons.
In the registered cases at Saddr Bheroni police station in Rawalpindi, cases have been registered against 24 individuals for displaying weapons, including other incidents such as resisting the police, and the police have also arrested 6 accused from outside Adiala Jail.