Culprits of Sialkot incident to be given exemplary punishment: Buzdar


Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has termed Islam a religion of peace and safety adding that there is no room for evils like terrorism, sectarianism and fanaticism in it.

In a statement issued on Monday, the CM termed the lynching of a foreigner a gruesome act that has saddened the whole country.

Nobody is allowed to take law into its own hands; he repeated and asserted that the culprits of the Sialkot incident have badly damaged the national image. The culprits would be given exemplary punishment, he repeated.

However, on the direction of Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar, monocle was put on the statue of Quaid-e-Azam under the supervision of Vehari DC Khizr Afzaal Ch.
The CM had taken strict notice of the incident and directed for the protection of the statue. An FIR has also been registered.

Meanwhile CM has expressed a deep sense of sorrow over the crash of Pakistan Army Aviation helicopter in Siachen and paid tributes to martyred Maj. Irfan Bercha and Maj. Raja Zeshan Jahanzeb.

The CM extended sympathies to the bereaved families adding that both the martyrs have embraced martyrdom in the line of duty.

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