RAWALPINDI: Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rasheed on Wednesday said that the government will not be able to face people if he shows documents proving his ownership of Lal Haveli, ARY News reported.
Posting tweets in response to the notice he has been served to vacate Lal Haveli─ his residence- Rasheed said that a government which is scared of push-ups is now sending him a notice to vacate Lal Haveli.
“Lal Haveli holds power to take over govt,” read one of the tweets posted by the politician from his official account.
Govt scared of push ups hence planning to take over LalHaveli. In actuality, LalHaveli holds power to take over govt. SR
— Sheikh Rashid Ahmad (@ShkhRasheed) October 26, 2016
According to ARY News reporter Babar Malik, Rasheed also vowed to take the matter to court and has also contacted his legal team over the matter.
The AML chief, who is one of the key leaders supporting Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) November 2 protest demanding PM’s accountability, was served a notice by ‘Matrooka-Waqf Imlak‘ (Evacuee Trust Property Board) to vacate Lal Haveli in 15 days.
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