Move On Pakistan party chief arrested
ISLAMABAD: Mian Kamran, administrator of Move on Pakistan gathering, was captured amid a pre-sunrise attack on Wednesday on charges of criticizing military and creating issue.
Party sources told Geo News, Kamran was taken into authority from a visitor house situated close Abpara.
The gathering is known for the flags that sprung up in the government capital and somewhere else in the nation, welcoming head of the military to dispatch an upset.
The flags drew solid response from standard political gatherings of the nation, with a few legislators terming it an intrigue against the fairly chose government while others blaming the decision party for being behind the battle.
The Inter-Services Public Relations, media wing of the military, said on July 12 that it has nothing to do with the flags and the gathering that has put them in various urban communities of the nation.