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PTI threatens to hold demonstration against worker's killing

Pakistan Tahreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Hyderabad Chapter has threatened to stage a demonstration against the Sindh government if it fails to arrest the murderers of a PTI's worker and his brothers within 24 hours. It is pertinent to mention here that Unknown armed men gunned down a PTI worker Faisal Mughal and his two brothers - Ali Mughal and Abdul Hadi Mughal, a second lieutenant in Pakistan Army outside their residence in Journalist Colony, here on Tuesday.

Addressing a press conference here, President PTI Hyderabad Chapter, Dr Munstansar Billa strongly condemned the ruthless killings of innocent PTI worker and his brothers and said that Faisal Mughal and his brother Ali Mughal were injured in a targeted attack and his brother Hadi Bux Mughal , who was army official, was killed.

He said that Faisal Mughal was a former PTI officer-bearer and presently he was a PTI worker. "Due to the bad governance of the Sindh government, targeted killings are now occurring in Hyderabad without any fear after Karachi," he said. He observed that the Sindh police had been politicised that it was busy in organising a public gathering of the PPP being held in Karachi. Strongly criticising the Sindh government, he said that if the action were not taken to detain perpetrators, the PTI would protest across the Sindh province.

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