LAHORE, Sept 27: Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid warned the PML-N led Punjab government on Thursday to avoid creating hurdles in his party’s rallies in Lahore.

“Some people are not bearing someone from other parties holding political rallies in Lahore. So I warn the Punjab government not to create hurdles in this regard,” he said while speaking at a press conference here.

He said he would hold rallies in every district of the province, if the government continued playing such tactics.

He claimed that a number of people will attend AML rally in Lahore on Friday (today). He said as Law Minister Farooq H Naik had already settled all the issues in Geneva, the plundered money, previously deposited with Swiss banks had now been shifted to other place.

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