Case registered against TLP activists for attacking police station: LAHORE: A situation has been registered against the protestors of proscribed Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) for their function in besieging the Lahore police headquarters and also taking cops captive.
According to authorities, the case was signed up against the participants of the outlawed company for assaulting Nawankot police station and also taking polices consisting of a DSP captive.
The situation signed up on the grievance of an assistant sub-inspector (ASI) lugs fees under the terrorism act.
Unique Aide to Chief Minister (SACM) Punjab Firdous Ashiq Awan on Sunday stated that a group of scoundrels attacked Nawankot police station in Lahore as well as abducted 12 cops including a deputy superintendent of police (DSP).
“The evildoers were equipped with petroleum bombs as well as acid bottles and struck the polices at the police station,” she stated in her Twitter post besides additionally sharing a statement issued from the Punjab police on the whole episode.
She said the wrongdoers surrounded the Nawankot police station, where police and Rangers were remaining and besides abducting 12 polices consisting of a DSP, their attack resulted in the injuries to a minimum of six cops.
“The wrongdoers also stored 50,000 liters of gas tanker at their Markaz,” the SACM claimed while rejecting that the Punjab federal government initiated any procedure versus the protestors.
“Police neither planned nor introduced any procedure,” Firdous Ashiq Awan said adding that the procedure was launched in protection as well as in a proposal to save the abducted police officers and also protect the general public residential or commercial property.
She further stated that the miscreants had already martyred six police officers and wounded over 700 others after the latter tried to take apart across the country objections.