PM directs Punjab govt to compensate damages in recent riots
The Prime Minister, who was in China on a four-day official visit, had expressed his displeasure over the rioting by mobsters in many parts of the country, following the announcement of verdict by the Supreme Court.
He took a serious view of the losses, caused by the rioters and incidents of burning and looting of motorbikes, vehicles and property, videos of which got viral on the social media, causing a strong uproar and condemnation by all segments of society.
Imran Khan, earlier in an address to the nation, had categorically stated that the Constitution and laws in the country were in conformity with the Holy Qura’an and the Sunnah and no court of law can transgress it.
He had asked the protestors to disperse peacefully, and warned not to challenge the writ of the State.
The Ministry of Interior has launched a nation-wide crackdown across the country in which thousands of cases have been registered, besides arresting the accused. – APP