Ambulances stuck, weapons recovered, people injured amid PTI March

MN Report 12:43 PM, 25 May, 2022
Ambulances stuck, weapons recovered, people injured amid PTI March

ISLAMABAD: As the clashes started between police officials and PTI workers, a scenario of chaos was created.

Government and PTI face to face amid Azadi March

Hamza Shehbaz, Chief Minister of Punjab, said that guns had been found at the home of the Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) leader.

Huge quantity of ammunition was found in the house of PTI's local leader

Hamza Shehbaz claimed that the firearms found in the home of a local PTI member reveal the political party's plans to overthrow the current administration.

On the other hand, he claims that it's not an expression of freedom but a bloody scheme to wreak havoc on the state.

Ambulances stuck in a traffic jam during PTI Azadi March

Several ambulances were seen to be in a traffic jam because of containers placed to stop the people from joining Azadi March

Several people were injured amid PTI's Azadi March 

Lahore police and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers battled after the latter pushed through containers at Batti Chowk to halt demonstrators from reaching Islamabad.

PTI supporters attempted to remove containers off Lahore escape routes; thus, police used tear gas. 

Yasmin Rashid, Hammad Azhar, and Shafqat Mehmood led workers. PTI supporters threw rocks at the police.



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