PTI chief asks world bodies to save Yasin Malik’s life


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has denounced Narendra Modi-drove Indian government for tormenting senior Hurriyat pioneer Yasin Malik in Tihar prison which has constrained the Kashmiri chief to go on hunger strike.

In an explanation gave here on Tuesday, Mr Khan approached the United Nations Secretary-General (UNSG), United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR) and worldwide common liberties associations to make a move against India and save Mr Malik’s life, which was in outrageous peril.

In the mean time, the PTI has shot the public authority for additional troubling the expansion ridden masses by an enormous expansion in the power tax.

PTI pioneers said that the agonies of individuals had been intensified complex because of secrecy of evildoers’ unfeeling mentality towards them, as they were more keen on safeguarding their power than facilitating individuals’ troubles.

PTI Punjab Secretary General Hammad Azhar, in a post via web-based entertainment, attacked the public authority for additional expansion in the cost of power. He said the public authority had raised the power duty by Rs3.50 per unit which had been dismissed by the PTI.

In the mean time, PTI’s senior chief Imran Ismail said that the ‘imported government’ had expanded the power levy in the midst of the protected and political emergency in the country.

In an explanation gave here, he said the clumsy government had released a rush of extraordinary expansion and the expansion in power duty would duplicate the burdens of individuals. He said the public authority had discreetly expanded the cost of power when the downpour had play­­ed destruction the nation over.

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