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Sheikh Rashid claims Lal Haveli’s residence in Rawalpindi sealed by FIA police

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The former interior minister and Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rashid has claimed that his Lal Haveli residence in Rawalpindi was completely “sealed” by authorities in the early hours of Monday.
“After the Rangers and Frontier Corps refused, they sealed the Lal Haveli with the help of the Federal Investigation Agency and the police,” he tweeted.
The ex-minister said he did not receive a notice before the action, adding that Lal Haveli was his “personal property” and a “central secretariat for public service “.
“Sealing Lal Haveli is an act of fascism and terrorism. If it is not our personal property, we would be national criminals,” Rashid said, claiming that the government took this step after it failed to find anything against him.
He went on to say that a case about the ownership of the Lal Haveli was already fixed for hearing on February 15.

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