Protest in opposition to JUI-F chief’s assassination ends after negotiations in Islamabad

 

ISLAMABAD: Following negotiations with the authorities, protests in opposition to the killing of three individuals, together with a neighborhood chief of the JUI-F within the federal capital’s Bara Kahu locality had been referred to as off.

The JUI-F’s employees, in addition to the households of the slain, staged sit-ins and demonstrations at Bara Kahu’s Athal Chowk, with protesters blocking the Murree Road that resulted in extreme site visitors jams and lengthy queues of stranded automobiles.

Qari Karamatur Rahman, a neighborhood JUI-P chief, stated the sufferer was an lively social gathering member however the FIR of the incident had not been registered but.

He lamented that the incident was proof of the abysmal efficiency of the federal government and the administration.

Islamabad Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Hamza Shafqat and the senior superintendent of police (SSP) for operations maintain the profitable negotiations with the protesters.

Apologising for the inconvenience brought about, Shafqat stated on Twitter: “Murree Road has been reopened to traffic after talks with the administration and police.”

The JUI-F chief’s son, brother, and pupil had been killed in a firing incident in Islamabad’s Bara Kahu on Saturday. According to police, two of the lifeless had been recognized as Ikramullah and Samiullah whereas the third was a pupil.

Following the event, protesters dispersed from the Bara Kahu locality and took the our bodies of the slain with them. 

However, they warned that they might not bury the deceased till the killers had been arrested.

“If the culprits are not arrested, we will hold a protest again,” they stated.

As the protest died down, the Athal Chowk portion of the Murree Road (N-75) was reopened for site visitors.

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