Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah, in an interview with PNN News, turned his guns toward Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and blamed him for all the chaos and polarisation in the country.

The minister was of the view that till the time Khan is in politics, there will never be peace in the country.

He pointed out that Khan’s supporters considered the government their enemy and there is no solution to this problem.


Ya woh siyasat se manfi ho jaye gaye, ya hum, “(Either he will be subtracted from politics or us).

Sanaullah also warned the PTI chief that “if they push them back, they would be forced to retaliate and will not care about anything.”

Pakistan is in a deep constitutional and political crisis as the ruling coalition and PTI fight it out. Despite the government’s efforts in the past to talk to PTI, the former ruling party ruled out any possibility.

However recently, Khan has agreed to sit with rival political parties for “greater national consensus” on elections.


But no efforts from both side have been made so far.