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Imran is under pressure from the police to turn over suspects before the deadline.

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Imran Khan was given a 24-hour deadline to turn up suspects purportedly hidden within his home, but police continued to surround his house as the time was set to expire on Thursday.

Concerns of more confrontations between the former prime minister’s supporters and the security forces are being raised as a result of the siege and the authorities’ demand for the individuals who were wanted in violent rallies over Mr. Khan’s recent arrest.

After Mr. Khan was hauled out of a courtroom and taken into custody last week, it is claimed that his followers destroyed government buildings and military sites. At least 10 individuals were murdered nationwide in battles with the police. Only when Mr. Khan’s release was mandated by Pakistan’s Supreme Court did the violence stop.

Along with him there have been several dozen of his fans and personal security. Police said they want 40 suspects turned over after surrounding the home on Wednesday. At 2:00 p.m., Mr. Khan’s deadline expires.

Amir Mir’s presser 

Amir Mir, a spokesman for the Punjabi government, stated that police were prepared to use weapons in the event of an assault. At least 3,400 people connected to the violence had been detained, he said during a press conference on Thursday, and further searches were anticipated. Before the 24-hour limit was fulfilled, Imran Khan, the leader of the PTI, was not going to be arrested, according to Mr. Mir, the interim minister of communication.

After the time expired, he claimed, the provincial caretaker setup will divulge its plans. The deadline will end tomorrow (Thursday) at 2pm, he noted.

An earlier deadline of 24 hours had been set by the interim Punjab government for the PTI to turn over to police “30 to 40 terrorists” who were allegedly hiding at Imran Khan’s Zaman Park mansion in Lahore.

Aamir Mir, the interim information minister, delivered the warning during a news conference in the province capital. The minister claimed that because the PTI’s leader had been attacking the military for more than a year, the PTI had begun acting like a non-state actor.

He asserted that violent protests on May 9 were carried out as part of a plot that included attacks on military posts and other locations, and that the government had a “zero tolerance policy” towards such behaviour.

According to Mr. Mir, Mohsin Naqvi, the interim chief minister, had allowed the Punjab police “free rein” to deal with “arsonists.”

The acting minister said that it had been resolved to hold individuals responsible for attacks on military facilities accountable in military courts. No innocent individual would suffer a penalty, he claimed, because all cases were sent on only after being verified. He said that on May 9, “PTI miscreants” breached the border. He said that 254 cases had been filed and that more than 3,400 assailants had been detained.

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