PMLN worker set a blaze himself; 19 myers resigned as protest against Sharifs disqulification
PESHAWAR: An active worker set a blaze himself as protest against the disqualification of the chief of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz group (PMLN) ex-Prime Minister Mian Nawaz sharif and his youngster brother Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif in a protest rally held in historical place Chowk Yadgar of Peshawar. A worker of PMLN Jan Mohammad Habib spread carosine oil over himself and set a blaze himself and recieved minor injuries. Jan Mohammad was rush to hospital for treatment. According to doctors Jan Mohammad Habib condition is out of danger. Later on Central Secretary General PMLN Iqbal Zafar Jhagre, provencial general secretary Anwar Kamal Marwat, provencial secrtary information Arshad Qurashi and other leaders addressed the protest rally. "The decision of Supreme Court has divided two political powers," centrak GC PMLN Iqbal Zafar Jhagra addressed. Likewise, PMLN's 19 myers resigned as a protest. Nazim Aala of district Karak Rehmat Salam Khattak and other 19 union council nazims announce their resignation from their posts during a press confrence held in Peshawar Press Club. They condmned the disqualification of Mian Nawaz Sharif and Shebaz Sharif and impostion of governor rule in Punjab. similary, three days strike continued in Peshawar High Court. Lawyers staged huger strike camp to record their protest. On the other hand, parlimany party of Political Party Parlimentarian passed a unmanimous resolution and condemned tearing of Benazir Bhutto's portrait by PMLN workers in Liaqat Bagh Rawalpendi. "Disqualification of Sharif brothers is a real court decision and it should not be turn into a political issue," parlimany leader of PPPP Abdul Akbar Khan told this correspondent.
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