Minister releases alleged Gandapur audio leak – Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah on Saturday released an alleged audio recording between Pakistani leader Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Ali Amin Gandapur and an unknown person, in which he can be heard talking about bringing weapons and labor for the march.

The Home Minister held a press conference in Islamabad and released an alleged leaked audio of PTI leader Ali Amin Gandapur and an unknown person.

In the purported audio, the PTI leader can talk about bringing ammunition for the long march. The PTI leader and the other person spoke in the Pashto language, which the Minister of the Interior translated for the journalists.

He said Imran Khan was planning to stage a bloodbath, his aim is not to stage a protest but to incite violence. He wants to drag the country into a tragedy, he added.

Rana said the former federal minister’s alleged audio leak cannot be ignored. Imran Khan wants a clash between the people and the security forces, he added.

The Home Secretary said he identified the person speaking to the PTI chief in the leaked audio. The PTI leadership wants corpses and blames the institutions for them, he added.

Why is the PTI leader gathering people at the Rawalpindi-Islamabad border? Ask Rana Sanaullah. Imran Khan’s claims of a peaceful protest are all lies, Rana said.

He said there were gunmen in the PTI long march yesterday and they also collected weapons and ammunition from Gujarat.

He added that the people of Lahore rejected the PTI as few people attended their march. The population of Lahore is 20 million while only 10,000 people joined the PTI march.

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