4 cases registered against Maryam Nawaz for holding rally in Faisalabad
FAISALABAD (92 News) – Four cases have been registered against 2,000 people including Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) vice president Maryam Nawaz over Faisalabad rally.
According to reports, the provocation, road blockage including eight sections registered in the first information reports (FIRs).
Maryam Nawaz carried out a rally in Faisalabad without the permission of the administration; however, concerned departments took notice of the matter.
Meanwhile, due to the violation of law, four cases were registered against Maryam Nawaz among 2,000 people. Rana Sanaullah’s wife, son-in-law Shehryar including other partly leaders and workers were nominated in the FIRs.
Former mayor Riaz Malik, MNA Javed Latif, MNA Ayesha Rajab Baloch, MPA Zafar Iqbal Nagra, Ajmal Asif, Faqeer Hussain Dogar, MPA Rana Ali Abbas, Mehar Hamid Rasheed, Jaffar Ali, former MNAs Akram Ansari, Mian Abdul Manan, Safdar Shakir, Talal Chaudhry, MNA Ijaz Virk, former MPA Nawaz Malik, Khalil Tahir Sindhu, Rao Kashif Raheem, Uzma Bukhari and Sheikh Ijaz were also nominated in the FIRs.
Maryam shared her picture before depart for Faisalabad rally, in which, clad in a green dress with an image of her father and slogan of ‘Free Nawaz Sharif’ embossed on her kurta, ready to depart for Faisalabad.
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PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb alleged the arrests of party workers ahead of Maryam Nawaz rally in Faisalabad. She also said that the federal and Punjab government have been harassed even before the PML-N vice president’s rally.