In Pakistan, interior minister urges parliament to amend constitution and enable law enforcement agencies to control ‘armed groups’
23 March 2023
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Blaming Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan for creating chaos in the country, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah on [22 March] demanded the Parliament to amend the Constitution to regulate and empower law enforcement agencies to control “armed groups”. “Parliament should give [full powers] to the law enforcement agencies to control “armed groups”, Rana Sanaullah said during the joint session of Parliament on a motion related to key national issues including law and order on [22 March]. [...] “Parliament wields the authority to amend the Constitution and regulate the authority of other institutions,” the minister added. The minister said Parliament had the responsibility to guide the nation in various affairs and would have to play a role now to check the attempts by one party in creating an administrative crisis in the country.
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