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Parvez Elahi accuse Pakistan Interior minister of using IB to 'trace location' of legislators

Islamabad, July 19 (UNI) Pakistan's Punjab Assembly Speaker Chaudhry Parvez Elahi on Tuesday accused Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah of using the Intelligence Bureau (IB) to 'trace the location' of legislators, with an intent to influence them, ahead of the Chief Minister’s election on July 22.
Addressing the media alongside PTI and PML-Q leaders in Lahore, Elahi, who is himself is a candidate for the Chief Ministerial post, said IB Director General Fawad Asadullah "must refrain from such acts as he was monitoring the locations of PML-Q and PTI lawmakers at the behest of Shehbaz Sharif and Sanaullah".
"It is my warning to the IB head that he must stop doing this," the Dawn quoted him as saying.
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