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Gilgit : Government office set ablaze, violence erupts after GBA-2 election results, 4 vehicles set on fire

GILGIT:  Protesters set fire to four vehicles and the Forest Department office during protests and riots in Gilgit against alleged rigging in the Gilgit-Baltistan Assembly elections and the controversial results of GBA-2. ۔

Additional police personnel were deployed across the city to control the situation. Jails in several cities, including Skardu and Chilas, staged protests against the announcement of the controversial results.

Had to charge police firing and baton to control the situation, closed city several roads because of the demonstration, dig that involved 20/25 / in the insurgency incident Gilgit said, while Pakistan Democratic Movement (p. DMK leaders say the Election Commission and Ali Amin Gandapur are responsible for worsening the situation.

Bilawal Bhutto has been elected, Fazlur Rehman is not the representative of the people, while Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s spokesman Senator Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar has said that the federal government has now resorted to violence after stealing the Gilgit-Baltistan election. Sherry Rehman and Maulabakhsh Chandio Demonstrators condemned the shelling and firing, saying that the bullets and shelling on the jails were the blind revenge of the federal government.

According to details, the PPP protested against the unofficial preliminary results of GBA-2 Gilgit-2 constituency of Gilgit-Baltistan while the protesters set fire to a government office and two government vehicles.

Clashes broke out between protesters and police at River View Road and at various places. Additional police personnel were called after the tense situation.

Clashes broke out between PPP workers and police at various places in Gilgit city, including River View, Airport Road. Police fired tear gas shells in addition to aerial firing.

During this time, roads, forest department office and 4 government vehicles were set on fire at different places. According to DIG Gilgit Range Waqas Ahmed, 20 to 25 people misbehaved during the protest and an investigation has been launched with the help of CCTV.

According to SSP Gilgit Mirza Hussain, protesters clashed with security forces in Gilgit and four vehicles, including the caretaker minister’s vehicle, were set on fire by unidentified persons and the Forest Department building was also set on fire.

He said no injuries were reported during the riots and no arrests had been made.

PPP Gilgit-Baltistan Information Secretary Saadia Danish said that our workers had gone out to protest against the Returning Officer’s decision regarding the results of Constituency Two under the pressure of the Election Commission and the Federal Government. Used force

He said that the police charged batons along with aerial firing which disturbed the peace of the city and the local administration was responsible for it.

He said that PPP workers gathered near Chinar Bagh and started protesting against the result of the Returning Officer while the police fired in the air and used tear gas to disperse the protesters. The use of gas caused a commotion and unidentified persons set fire to the forest department office, the vehicle of the provincial minister and three other vehicles. After the commotion, the government has alerted the police while the city Roads closed. Spokesman Chairman PPP Senator Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar has said that the federal government has now resorted to violence after stealing the Gilgit-Baltistan elections. In his statement, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s spokesman Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar said that people were protesting peacefully against the theft of their votes, so they were being shot and shelled.

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