Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has admitted to firing expired tear gas shells at protesters in Islamabad on May 25.
According to details, during the media briefing of the federal ministers after the meeting of the federal cabinet, journalist and reporter Shakir Abbasi asked Rana Sanaullah that expired tear gas was thrown at the protesters as a result of which women and children fainted. National Assembly member Alia Hamza and her colleagues fainted in D-Chowk. Does the state or government have any regrets or regrets over this move?
Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah replied that when people started gathering in D-Chowk, we tried to seal the place before Imran Khan arrived.
Because five or seven thousand people were here and if the same number of people came and joined them, then the danger for the red zone could increase.
“That’s why we had to use a lot of tear gas so that no one could stand there,” he said.
As far as the expiration of tear gas is concerned, if the expiration of the tear gas shell was one or two months then I am responsible.
میرا سوال رانا ثناء اللہ سے۔۔۔
لانگ مارچ کا دوسرا پہلو یہ بھی تھا کہ حکومت کے سخت ایکشن نے انسانی المیہ کو جنم دیا۔ایکسپائز آنسو گیس کے شیل استعمال کئے،معزز MNAs @aliya_hamza اور ساتھیوں سمیت کئی خواتین اور بچے بے ہوش ہوئے۔ریاست تو ماں کی طرح ہوتی اس عمل پر کوئی ندامت نہیں آپکو؟ pic.twitter.com/VCgUqo4xtl
— Shakir Abbasi (@ShakirAbbasi22) May 31, 2022
Alia Hamza said that there should be an FIR against Rana Sanaullah for such an open confession of guilt, and saying that 15,000 servants were with Imran Khan, they are refuting his statement which he was saying. That there were two hundred slaves,
That is to say, there were so many slaves that they could not cope with it and the second one was that they threw expired tear gas shells which is a war crime.