Former Punjab chief minister Parvez Elahi has claimed that his residence in Gujrat was raided by police in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
“Police raided our house in Gujrat, the Zahoor Elahi Palace, at 4:30am today. Women were at the residence too […] they harassed them and kept screaming,” he said on Geo News programme ‘Geo Pakistan’.
In response to a question on those responsible for the raid, Elahi asserted that it “is the doing of the Punjab caretaker setup and the federal government.”
Separately, in a tweet, former federal minister Moonis Elahi said that the police raided their residence without any warrant.
“Twenty-five police vehicles are understandable, but what were two black Vigos doing with them? Were you looking for Indian spies,” he asked.
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