Ex-Pak PM Imran Khan added to 'no-fly list': Reports
Islamabad (Pakistan), May 25: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has been added to no-fly list, Pakistan Media reported on Thursday.
"IK (Imran Khan) added in No Fly List," The Pakistan Daily said on Twitter.
The Pakistan Daily is a digital news platform in Pakistan that focuses on Pakistan's political developments. However, no formal confirmation of Imran Khan's inclusion on the no-fly list has been provided.
This comes a day after Pakistan Defence Minister Khawaja Asif stated that the government is considering banning the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) over the May 9 incidents, according to Dawn.
"A decision has not been taken yet, but a review is surely underway, "Khawaja Asif said.
According to Dawn, he described the vandalism of military installations around Pakistan on May 9 as "coordinated attacks" ordered by PTI chairman Imran Khan.
Earlier, Dawn reported that the police department had handed the names of 245 PTI supporters, including three former provincial assembly members, to the federal government for inclusion on the Provisional National Identification List (PNIL) in order to prevent them from fleeing the country.
According to sources, the Rawalpindi district police have placed roughly 319 names on their wanted list and have forwarded the names of 245 PTI activists in the custody of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA). The remaining 74 people have yet to be apprehended.
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