Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah said on Saturday he does not agree with Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan over the National Action Plan (NAP), adding that the combing operation has been going on in Punjab for the past two years.
Interacting with journalists here, Sanaullah said that the NAP was being completely implemented. He said he did not agree to the fullest with whatever the interior minister stated about the NAP. He said that search operations were being carried out in seminaries, while a number of arrests were also made and many cases registered.
About child abductions in Punjab, the minister said no organised gang was operating in the province, adding that the speculations regarding organs trafficking were also “baseless”.
To a query, Sanaullah said that no one rejected the allegations of the purchase of tickets for model Ayyan Ali and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto from a common account.
The minister however parried a query regarding the appointment of Rangers and functioning of military courts in Punjab.