MINGORA: Political activists and the civil society members staged a protest towards the police highhandedness on Amir Tehkali in Tehkal in Peshawar and demanded justice for the sufferer in Nishat Chowk right here on Thursday.
Holding banners and posters inscribed with phrases towards the ‘excesses’ of Peshawar police and justice for the citizen, the protestors additionally chanted slogans towards the police. Speaking to the protestors, Riaz Khan of Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party stated that authorities ought to instantly order an neutral probe and take disciplinary motion towards the erring cops. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ought to give up authorities if it can not present safety to the individuals, he stated, including that it was failure of the rulers if the police had adopted an insulting perspective in direction of the harmless and law-abiding individuals.
DARGAI: The Jamaat-e-Islami, Youth Wing, additionally staged a rally towards the alleged police excesses on Amir Tehkali and demanded a good probe into the incident.
Former tehsil council member Rashid Ahmad Qazi was main the protest rally. Speaking on the rally, Rashid Ahmad Qazi, Fazal Wahab, Iftikhar Hussain and others stated that PTI rulers had badly failed to offer justice and safety to the individuals. They stated that JI would play its function for the rule of regulation and safety of rights of downtrodden within the nation.
BAKHELA: Local leaders of varied political events and civil society members additionally held a protest rally towards the Peshawar police for his or her alleged involvement in excesses towards a citizen and demanded authorized motion towards the accountable cops.
Speaking on the rally, the audio system stated that suspension of erring policemen was not sufficient and that they have to be faraway from service and award them an exemplary punishment. The protestors held the police chargeable for the deteriorating regulation and order scenario.They stated that they’d once more maintain protest if stern motion was not taken towards the police. —Correspondents