Zakir had seen many difficulties and sufferings throughout his life. Now the situation has improved a little, so he has left this world in the midst of his youth.
These words belong to Zakir Khan’s uncle Shah Alam Khan. Zakir was killed in firing in front of the Chitral Scouts camp during the riots in Chakdara area of Dir area on Wednesday after the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Since the arrest of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan on May 9, police and protesters have been facing each other in various cities of the country.
My brother had no weapon in his hand, only a flag
Even if the elder of the family dies a natural death, people do not forget him, but my brother was young and his sudden death has left our family desolate.
These words belong to Tariq Nasir from Balochistan, whose younger brother Umar Aziz was killed by a bullet in the head during the Tehreek-e-Insaf protest in Quetta Cantt on Tuesday.
In this protest, not only Umar Aziz Sarpar lost his life due to being hit by the street, but many protestors were also injured.Tehreek-e-Insaaf leaders have blamed security personnel for the worker’s death and injuring others.
However, Balochistan Interior Minister Mir Ziaullah denied these allegations and said that “one of the protestors was killed and others were injured due to firing by people riding in a Vigo.” He said that ‘Peaceful protest could have been done elsewhere but the people of Tehreek-e-Insaaf went to Cantt without any justification.’
He claimed that the people involved in the protest targeted the police personnel as a result of which six police personnel were injured.