No one will be allowed to create anarchy, warns PM Kakar
ISLAMABAD, FEB 12: Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaa-ul-Haq Kakar on Monday warned against creating anarchy in the country as several political parties staged protests in different parts of the country over alleged rigging in the polls.
“Despite challenges, the continuation of democratic process is welcome development. The elections were held peacefully despite security challenges,” he said while addressing a press conference in connection with the February 8 polls.
He said security agencies played a key role in maintaining law and order in the country.
“We will not let anyone to spread anarchy in the country,” the caretaker PM vowed.
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