Plan to attack military installations originated from Zaman Park, geofencing records show
- Records show that Khan kept in touch with six key figures.
- About 156 mobile phone numbers were contacted on May 8 and May 9.
- Yasmin, Hamad Azhar and others made more than hundred calls to the rioters.
ISLAMABAD: Records and technical analysis conducted through geo-fencing reveal that on May 8, an attack on key installations – both state and army – at Zaman Park residence of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan. A plan was drawn up. News It was reported with reference to local media.
According to the record, Imran Khan And senior party leadership remained in touch with the attackers as well as six other key Zaman Park figures.
Zaman Park was contacted on 158 mobile phone numbers during the vandalism at the Corps Commander’s House in Lahore, also known as Jinnah House, on May 8.
The records also revealed that senior PTI leaders including Yasmin Rashid, Hammad Azhar and Mehmood-ul-Rashid were in touch with those involved in the May 9 riots. Meanwhile, Ejaz Chaudhry, Aslam Iqbal and Murad Ras were in touch with the protestors.
Around 215 calls were made to six key PTI leaders on D-Day, out of which 10 calls were made to gangsters from Azhar’s phone, 41 calls were made to Yasmin, while Rashid made 75 calls.
Meanwhile, Chaudhry contacted the vandals in Jinnah House 50 times, Salim Iqbal 16 times and Murad Ras 23 times.
PTI workers and supporters stormed military installations. General Headquarters and during a protest against the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan at Jinnah House on May 9, which the military has observed as “Black Day”. However, the party has denied involvement in vandalism.