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Sindh govt. bans Imran Khans entry into province

The Sindh governments Home Department has issued a 30 days externment orders for cricketer turned politician Imran Khan and banned his entry into the province.

Karachi, May 27: The Sindh government's Home Department has issued a 30 days externment orders for cricketer turned politician Imran Khan and banned his entry into the province.

Sindh Home Advisor Waseem Akhtar said: "the orders have been issued to avert any law and order problem in the province".

He said though "the situation in Karachi had improved after the May 12 incidents," the city administration didn't want to take any chances.

"This city cannot bear any more unpleasantness," said Akhtar.

"Imran Khan can come one month later by all means," he added.

Imran, the chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's (PTI), planned to arrive in Karachi Sunday morning for meetings with the Pakhtoon Loya Jirga and other opposition political parties.

Imran political secretary Saifullah Khan Niazi said Imran would arrive in Karachi no matter what.

"Karachi is not a separate state for which a citizen of Pakistan needs a visa to enter. Controlling law and order is the government's responsibility and these orders expose its weak spot," the Daily Times quoted Niazi as saying.

Imran Khan also confirmed he would go to Karachi at any cost.

He said he was not afraid of being arrested or ousted from the province, adding that he wouldn't miss his flight scheduled from Lahore to Karachi on Sunday.

ANI

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