Punjab Govt Cracks Down On Anti-State Elements: Imran And Co. Face The Heat

## Punjab Govt Approves Legal Action Against Imran Khan, Others for Anti-State Narrative

### Cabinet Meeting Approves Development Projects, Condemns Hate Campaign

Lahore, Pakistan – The Punjab cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz, has approved legal action against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan and other party leaders for promoting a hateful narrative against state institutions. The move comes amid ongoing tensions between the government and the opposition party.

### Minister Condemns Hateful Campaign

Punjab Information Minister Azma Bokhari announced the decision after the cabinet meeting, stating that they would not tolerate hateful rhetoric and incitement against the state. She alleged that a campaign of hatred was being orchestrated from Adiala Jail, where former Prime Minister Imran Khan is currently detained.

### Development Works Approved

In addition to the legal action approval, the cabinet also approved several development projects, including:

– Negotiation of a settlement with Punjab Agriculture & Meat Company (PAMCO) and Iranian company MMIC
– Financial assistance for families of Punjab Police officers who died in service
– Appointment of Dr. Amjad as Director General of Punjab Forensic Science Agency
– Appointment of Dr. Tallat Naseer Pasha as Director General of Punjab Agriculture Food & Drugs Authority

### CM Meets with Naval Chief

Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz also met with Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Naveed Ashraf to discuss social welfare initiatives by the Pakistan Navy. She praised the services of the Navy in defending the country’s maritime boundaries.

### Infrastructure Inaugurations

Separately, CM Nawaz inaugurated the Lahore Ring Road Southern Loop-3 (SL-3) and Pakistan’s largest Multan Road Interchange. She announced that toll tax on SL-3 would be waived for a month.

### Meetings with Politicians

Maryam Nawaz also met with Member of National Assembly Dr. Shazra Mansab and former MNA Chaudhry Abid Raza Kotla, discussing political matters and development initiatives.