Pakistan Crisis: Imran Khan increased the trouble of Shehbaz Sharif, there is a possibility of civil war in Pakistan, know what is the whole matter

Pakistan Political Crisis: Pakistan is going through its worst phase. Now a new political crisis has arisen in front of the neighboring country dependent on pie-pie. The sword of arrest is hanging over former PM Imran Khan. The Islamabad High Court has rejected Imran Khan’s application to suspend the arrest warrant in the Toshakhana case. The court has ordered to arrest Imran Khan and produce him on March 18. 

After which the police is still present outside his house to arrest him, but Imran’s supporters are not allowing him to come inside the house. Supporters of Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) have sealed all the roads by placing containers in front of the former PM’s house. Apart from this, PTI workers have started protests across the country. According to local media reports, PTI supporters are talking about giving up their lives for their leader. Under these circumstances, the country is standing on the brink of civil war.

PTI supporter and police face to face 

In this matter the supporters of Pakistan Police and Imran Khan are face to face. When the police tried to arrest Imran Khan, there was a violent clash between his supporters and the police. According to the report, the supporters pelted stones at the security personnel. In response, police officers fired tear gas shells at the protesters. On the other hand, PTI supporters set fire to a water tanker, motorcycles and other vehicles nearby in Lahore. They also ransacked the office of the Warden on Mall Road.

Imran Khan’s threat to police

Imran Khan has called it a conspiracy to kill him. Apart from this, he has warned the police of inciting a civil war. Imran has said that he himself will not be able to control PTI workers for long. 

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