(MENAFN- Khaleej Times) The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) has filed its written reply in the Supreme Court (SC) in extra-constitutional measures case assuring the court that its workers will not enter any government building nor will they cause any harm to the same.The reply was filed by Hamid Ali Khan on behalf of Imran Khan. He took plea in the reply that the PTI believes in supremacy of constitution and rule of law. PTI’s workers will neither enter any government building nor will they cause any damage to these buildings. The PTI assures that no such step will be taken by it which creates any possibility leading to extra-constitutional move. The PTI will abide by the set principles. All the workers are and will remain peaceful. Imran Khan believes in the rule of law. Staging protests is right of every citizen and these sit-ins can be staged under articles 4 9 15 and 16 of the constitution. The containers are creating hurdles in the movement of citizens therefore these be removed. Supply of food items to the citizens is not being allowed. The government is deliberately creating environment of harassment and panic. The citizens should be not deprived of their fundamental rights.
Ali Zafar advocate will appear on behalf of the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) who has prepared the reply which will be presented in the court.
Meanwhile Federal Police has asked for additional Rs130 million for security of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf and Pakistan Awami Tehreek’s prolonged protests.
Before this Interior Ministry has already provided Rs110 million to the Federal Police in 2 installments.
Sources said that Federal Police has also provided details of all the expenditures of security and other arrangements. For more news from Khaleej Times follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/khaleejtimes and on Twitter at khaleejtimes Follow khaleejtimes ->
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