LAHORE: Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi stated that two prime suspects in Jaranwala incident were arrested, ARY News reported.
As according to main points, the caretaker leader minister stated that in a very powerful leap forward two prime suspects of the Jaranwala vandalism were arrested.
He applauded the efforts of Chief Secretary and IG Punjab in the arrest of suspects who have been concerned in the Jaranwala incident.
Earlier lately, the Jaranwala police registered terror instances towards greater than 600 other folks for “vandalizing multiple churches and torching homes belonging to the Christian community”.
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According to the FIR, a mob of 500-600, who have been led via a bunch of other folks, “attacked the Christian community, ransacked people’s homes after entering them and torched Christians’ homes and the church building”.
Meanwhile, the Punjab govt additionally ordered the formation of a high-level inquiry committee to research the incident, in line with directives issued via Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq.
In a remark, Punjab police stated it had revamped 100 arrests whilst Rangers had additionally been known as in.
In mild of the placement, the district management has imposed Section 144 for seven days, prohibiting a wide variety of meeting, aside from for occasions arranged via the federal government.
Caretaker PM Anwaarul Haq Kakar took understand of incidents that happened in Jaranwala town of Punjab’s Faisalabad district.
In a message on X (previously Twitter), PM Kakar wrote, “I am gutted by the visuals coming out of Jaranwala, Faisalabad.”
He vowed, “Stern action would be taken against those who violate the law and target minorities. All law enforcement has been asked to apprehend culprits and bring them to justice. Rest assured that the government of Pakistan stands with our citizenry on an equal basis.”
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