Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid has alleged that some 80-90 people, including Rangers, Islamabad police, and others “dressed in civil clothes” raided his home forcefully during the early hours.

In a tweet, he said that he was not present at his home but the people conducting the raid “broke the arms of the workers” and took away Rashid’s licensed weapons, CCTV footage of his house and “both of his cars”.

The PTI ally also shared a video that showed contents from a cupboard scattered all over the floor and a suitcase filled with belongings placed open on a bed.

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