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'Transporters being pressurised to refuse buses to PTI workers'

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Punjab warned if Punjab government tries to stop PTI workers from participating in the May 11 protest rally in Islamabad, and hence denying their democratic rights, then they will hold a demonstration at Jati Umra. While addressing a press conference here on Saturday, PTI President Ejaz Ahmed Chaudhary accused Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah of making false claim that the PTI workers are not being harassed or pressurising transporters to refuse buses to them.

He claimed that the transporters have conveyed to the PTI workers that the Punjab government is threatening them of cancelling their licenses if they take the PTI workers to Islamabad. According to him, for one long year the PTI has been protesting against rigged elections and they knocked all the doors to get justice, but all in vain. They had only demanded investigation into only four constituencies. On May 11, they will expose the government by revealing ground reality in the country. Opposition Leader in Punjab Assembly Mian Mehmoodur Rasheed claimed that the rulers are operating like a mafia and trying its best to hide the rigging scam.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2014



 



 
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