PML-N activists protested against attacks on leaders in Islamabad | Instant News

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) activists staged a protest here on Sunday against attacks and delinquency of party leaders in Islamabad by Pakistani worker Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) the day before.

Led by the head of the Peshawar party’s branch Rashid Mehmood Daudzai, the protesters gathered near the Peshawar Press Club and blocked Sher Shah Suri’s road.

They shouted slogans against the government and PTI.

Speaking on the occasion, the leaders conveyed that attacks on PML-N leaders and the use of offensive language cannot be tolerated and must be condemned.

Criticizing PTI, they said the ruling party had introduced a culture of intolerance and harsh language and destroyed the fabric of society. “Bad behavior with political opponents, especially women, is the habit of PTI leaders and workers who do not recognize norms and traditions,” Daudzai said.

They demanded Prime Minister Imran Khan to take action against those involved in attacks on PML-N leaders, otherwise the PML-N workers would be forced to take stern action and the government would be held accountable for the consequences.

After blocking the road for some time and shouting slogans against the government, the protesters dispersed peacefully.

Also, PML-N provincial head Amir Muqam in a statement condemned the attacks on party leaders in Islamabad.

“Imran Khan is responsible for introducing a culture of intolerance into politics,” he said, adding that such actions would create a sense of insecurity and lawlessness in the country.


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