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Punjab chief minister takes notice of vicious clash outside NAB office

Punjab chief minister takes notice of vicious clash outside NAB office
August 11, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) – Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Usman Buzdar took the notice of vicious clash between Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) and police outside National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Lahore office. Usman Buzdar directed the chief secretary and the inspector general of police (IGP) to submit report of the incident. "No one will be allowed to break the law and strict action will be taken against those involved in the clash," he maintained. He further ordered to take action as per law against the responsible. In a statement, provincial law minister Raja Basharat has said that arrival of Maryam in a convoy was a planned move to disrupt investigation by NAB. He further said that authorities have footage of vehicles that were used to pelt stones and the government has asked the excise department to provide details of these vehicles. On the other hand, the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) workers pelted stones at the police during the appearance of Maryam Nawaz at NAB office Lahore. According to the reports, 10 bags filled with stones were placed in the vehicle of Maryam’s security. The shopping bags, which filled with stones, were placed in Maryam Nawaz’s security vehicle number LE 3378. 92 News has obtained the exclusive footage of shopping bags full of stones kept in the vehicle.  stones police maryam nawaz NAB office While filming the footage, the security personnel disgraced the reporter of 92 News and tried to snatch his mobile phone. When 92 News reporter made footage, stones were removed from the security vehicle. Meanwhile, the question arose that what was the purpose of keeping stones in Maryam Nawaz’s security vehicle? The workers pelted stones at the police during the appearance of Maryam Nawaz while the police fired shelling to disperse the workers.