PTI seeks high-level probe into Ammar’s merciless death
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) spokesperson expressed deep grief and sorrow over the tragic death of the minor son of PTI ticket holder Mian Ibad Farooq, demanding the Chief Justice of Pakistan to conduct a high level probe into the political murder in order to bring all visible and invisible killers to justice.
PTI spokesperson said that the fascist and ruthless system prevalent in the country is responsible for the merciless murder of the little soul Ammar, as the Pakistan is currently in the grip of the worst state oppression and fascism.
He said that life has been made a hell for the political workers and their families after abolishing the supremacy of the constitution and law in the country.
“Affiliation with PTI has been made now one of the most serious offenses under the law in the country, as all legal and constitutional rights including safety of life and property of PTI’s loyalists are being revoked without any judicial proceedings,” PTI spokesperson remarked.
PTI spokesperson went on to say that the families, friends, businesses and even employees of PTI are all facing the brutal fascistm.
He demanded that the CJP should conduct a high-level probe into the political killing of the minor along with all the related facts, adding that Punjab’s illegal and unconstitutional caretaker chief minister, health minister and inspector general of police should be specially investigated in this regard.
PTI spokesperson stressed that the high level probe in the merciless murder is inevitable in order to identity the visible and hidden murderers of Ammar in the ranks government so as they could be held into the account.
He demanded that the political workers in the country, especially PTI workers and their families should be provided shelter of the constitution and the law in the country.
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