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Case Registered against 680 PTI workers and Leaders

10 December, 2014

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FAISALABAD/ISLAMABAD: Police have booked 680 Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers and leaders, including over three dozens nominated persons, on the charge of spreading terror, creating riots, disturbing law and order, damaging public property and attacking police in clashes on Monday.

A D-Type Colony police spokesman said on Tuesday that a case has been registered against 400 PTI workers on the complaint of Sub Inspector (SI) Muhammad Jameel under sections 7 of Anti Terrorism Act (ATA), 324, 148, 149, 186, 337(F) and 353 of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC). The complainant in his complaint alleged that PTI unruly leaders and workers including Taufail Ansari, Mian Farrukh Habib, Younus Jatt, Mian Waris, Shahabud Din Ansari, Hajji Muhammad Riaz, Muhammad Younus Kamboh, Munawwar Manj, Shahid Javaid, Mian Ateeq, Rasim Yaqoob, Javaid Niaz Manj and others resorted firing, pelted police with stones, injured police personnel, indulged in fighting and created a wave of terror in the D-Type Chowk.

The accused also committed offence of creating disruption in the normal life and suspension of the traffic causing inconvenience to the travelers and general public, the complainant said. On this complaint, the case has been registered against about 400 PTI workers and leaders but no arrest has so far been made in this regard, spokesman added.

The Factory Area police have registered a case against over 280 PTI workers and leaders including 34 nominated activists on the charge of firing, creating law and order situation, injuring, taking law into hands, riots, creating obstacles in the official duty of police.

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