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Nawaz Sharif wants reference filed against PTI in SC within 48 hours

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Nawaz Sharif has urged the coalition government to immediately file a reference against the PTI in Supreme Court. The PML-N supreme leader also directed Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah to refrain PTI from holding a protest in Red Zone. The Pakistan Democratic Movement leadership also decided to put PTI Chairman Imran Khan's name on the Exit Control List (ECL)
2 months ago·Islamabad, Pakistan

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