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Lahore Police is seeking to ban 746 leaders of the movement from traveling abroad


LAHORE, May 24 (IANS) Police in Lahore have sent the names of 746 Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to restrict their travel abroad for a month.

The Punjab government has also decided to speed up legal action against those involved in the riots and arson, Dawn reports.

The 746 movement’s leaders and activists were on the authorities’ radar for their alleged involvement in the May 9 violence following the arrest of party leader Imran Khan.

The FIA ​​has been asked to put their names on a Temporary National Identification List (PNIL) – which temporarily bars people from traveling abroad, according to Dawn.

The list sent to the FIA ​​included the names of fashion designer Khadija Shah, senior PTI leader Shafqat Mahmud, Khan’s nephew Hassan Niazi, party supporter Sanam Javed Khan, who became famous after her protests outside Zaman Park, and others.

Police proposed the travel restrictions after PTI leaders were identified through footage obtained from Punjab Safe City cameras, videos, Nadra database and reports from intelligence agencies and other sources, Dawn said.

According to the police, the accused broke into and attacked the military installations on May 9.

A senior FIA official said the Home Office had three options to prevent anyone from traveling abroad.

These included the Exit Control List (ECL), Passport Control List (PCL) and PNIL. The newspaper “Dawn” reported that travel restrictions are imposed on those wanted by law enforcement agencies, criminals and terrorists.

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