Rangers Deployment Not Sought For Maryam’s Accountability Case Hearing

At least 1,000 Frontier Corps and police personnel have been deployed in accountability court on Sunday ahead of daugher of ousted premier, Maryam Nawaz’s appearance for corruption case on Monday morning hearing and deployment of Rangers have not been written for.

Administration has maintained that no letter has been written for deployment of the paramilitary force in the court premises.

According to the security plan, attendees would have one entry and exit point and no leader of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz except those summoned by the court would be allowed to enter.

Workers of the political party have also been advised to not appear at the court. However, media personnel will be allowed to enter the premises.

Earlier this month, interior minister Ahsan Iqbal was not allowed to enter the court by Rangers personnel who had positioned themselves at 07:00am with the government claiming later that day that the troops were not ordered to show up.

The interior minister warned to tender his resignation maintaining that he would not serve as a puppet minister.

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