Sindh House attack tantamount to attacking Sindh: Bilawal

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ISLAMABAD: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto has said that Imran Khan showed his real hatred by launching an attack against Sindh. We are not people who take the law into our own hands but we know how to deal with rebellious elements, he said.

Bilawal said that the residences of families of public representatives and judges of high courts were attacked. By attacking, Imran Khan also violated the sanctity of ‘Chadar Char Diwari’. They are fed up with defeat, they cannot get the support of 172 with good tactics, he said.

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Former president Asif Ali Zardari also condemned the attack of PTI workers on Sindh House and said that if Imran Khan had enough numbers, he would have shown his strength in the House. By attacking Sindh House, he actually attacked on the symbol of Sindh in Centre, he added.

Zardari said that Imran Khan has hurt the federal identity of Pakistan, it is unbearable, the people of Pakistan are watching who has democratic values. People know who wants to spread chaos and push the country towards anarchy, he added.

Earlier, two National Assembly members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) alongwith activists stormed the Sindh House after breaking tits main gate here on Friday.

The PTI activists led by National Assembly members Faheem Khan and Ataullah stormed Sindh House in the Red Zone.

The PTI workers smashed the door of Sindh House and entered the premises.

PTI workers protested inside Sindh House and chanted slogans. Meanwhile, Sindh Police stationed at Sindh House remained helpless in front of PTI workers.

A contingent of Islamabad police also reached Sindh House but this contingent also failed to stop the PTI workers.

The Islamabad Police arrested the members of the National Assembly and 12 workers and transferred to Secretariat, where the Prime Minister’s Special Assistant Shahbaz Gill took the MNAs and the activists with him.