ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan took the stage on Friday saying that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz attacked the country’s judiciary today for the second time.Tweeting on the social media platform, Imran said the havoc created in the accountability court today was carried out to protect the more than Rs 30 billion ‘loot’ of the Sharif family stashed in hindsight abroad.Now we know the drama of darbari Ahsan Iqbal over the Rangers’ presence in NAB court – it was to leave the NAB judge unprotected. https://t.co/2fP4dPPUO9— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) October 13, 2017[removed][removed]“Now we know the drama of darbari Ahsan Iqbal over the Rangers’ presence in NAB court — it was to leave the NAB judge unprotected,” said Imran.Imran’s comments were in reference to the October 2 incident when the Rangers took the Federal Judicial Complex under their control and barred entrance to everyone, including Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal, inside the premises. The destruction of state institutions means the disintegration of the state. This is the Sharif agenda which nation must counter. https://t.co/vZWDEM8BE7— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) October 13, 2017[removed][removed]Adding on to his comments, Khan said that the PML-N is clearly bent on destroying all state institutions, requesting the public to be “prepared to stand up and defend our state institutions.”“This is the Sharif agenda which nation must counter,” he went on to say.On November 28, 1997, activists and leaders of the PML-N triggered a storm outside the Supreme Court, manhandling judges and causing severe damage to the premises, while the then Chief Justice of Pakistan Sajjad Ali Shah was sitting as judge to hear a contempt case against then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.In a reaction to today’s incident in the court, PTI Spokesman Fawad Chaudhry called for the resignation of State Interior Minister Tallal Chaudhry, present in the court today, along with the placing of Maryam and her husband Capt (retd) Safdar’s name in the Exit Control List.