JI stages sit-in against mo­tor­way rape in­ci­dent

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LA­HORE: Ja­maat-eIs­lami staged a sit-in against last week’s gan­grape in­ci­dent near the La­hore mo­tor­way. JI leader Si­raj-ul-Haq said that due to law­less­ness in the coun­try, sav­ages are roam­ing the streets.

The JI Chief, in his ad­dress to the sit-in, said that women of Pak­istan are un­able to go out of their house alone, even chil­dren are not safe but the rulers are still tout­ing ‘tab­deeli’. The public has to rise up against the present sys­tem, he said.

Si­raj-ul-Haq said that ac­cord­ing to the re­port of the fed­eral om­buds­man, the crime rate has in­creased by 25% as com­pared to last year. This should be a mat­ter of ut­ter shame for the rulers.

He said the only change that PTI has brought is chang­ing five IGs in

Pun­jab. We need change in PTI, Prime Min­is­ter, Gov­er­nor Pun­jab and Chief Min­is­ter, he added.

LA­HORE: Ac­tivists of Ja­mat-e-Is­lami hold a protest rally in fa­vor of their de­mands at Faisal Chowk in provin­cial cap­i­tal.

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