Karachi: The Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Bilawal Bhutto, has called for an end to the violent protests staged by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) following the arrest of their leader, Imran Khan, two days ago. Speaking at a press conference in Karachi, the PPP chairman urged the PTI to avoid making matters worse and condemned the protests as “completely unjustified”.
While expressing that he is not in favor of banning anyone, Bilawal Bhutto emphasized that “such a decision would be taken because if there would be no other choice left.” He also called on the PTI to stop instigating violent protests, and warned that those involved in the violence will be held accountable.
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Furthermore, the PPP chief added that PTI had exceeded all limits, and it was now the responsibility of relevant institutions to enforce Pakistan’s laws and the Constitution. He urged the PTI to avoid worsening the situation and move towards a peaceful resolution.