Sun. Apr 21st, 2019

PM Khan guarantees ‘quick action’ after JIT report on Sahiwal supposed shootout encounter

A day after three individuals from a family were supposedly killed amid a shootout between the Counter-Terrorism Department and suspected terrorist close Sahiwal, Prime Minister Imran Khan guaranteed that “quick action” would be taken against those found in charge of wrongdoing.

In what law authorities portrayed as an experience with terrorist, the Punjab police on Saturday killed four individuals, including parents and their young girl, sending stun waves the nation over as one of the three enduring youngsters who were observer to the scene denied the official form in a video that turned into a web sensation via web-based networking media.

Prime Minister Imran Khan took to Twitter on Sunday to perceive the CTD’s “incredible occupation in [the] battle against terrorism warfare”, yet expressed that “everybody must be responsible under the steady gaze of the law”.

“When the joint examination team report comes, quick move will be made,” he promised. “The administration’s need is security of every one of its nationals.”

He included: “Still stunned at seeing the damaged kids who saw their parents shot before their eyes. Any parent would be stunned as they would think about their own kids in such a horrendous circumstance. These kids will currently be completely taken care of by the state as its responsibility.”

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