Police crackdown on activists, leaders of PTI continue

SHANLA (APP): Shangla Police crackdown on activists and leaders of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), who are involved in May 9 and 10 vandalism is continuing and a case has been registered against 35 under 3 MPO, in which 16 others have been arrested, and raids are ongoing for their arrest.
Late night Police raids at the houses of some important PTI leaders including former Provincial Minister Shaukat Yousafzai’s brother Liaquat Yousafzai.
A total of 16 activists and leaders have been arrested in various Police Stations of Shangla district, for which a team of lawyers including President Shangla Bar Association and General Secretary Insaf Lawyers Forum Malakand Division Jawad Ali Noor Advocate, President of Tehreek-e-Insaf Lawyers Forum reached Peshawar High Court.
Among those arrested under 16 MPO are Anwar Ali Jan, Hamidullah Khan, Nawabzada, Ihsan Bahadur, Khaliq Zaman, Ali Akbar, Nisar Muhammad Sulaiman Ameer, Pir Aman Khan, Ali Baz Khan, Khalil Muhammad, Faizullah, Rozi Khan, Muhammad Rehman, Jahanzeb, Samiullah, who have been transferred to jail immediately after their arrest.
Mock drills of Police conducted in Shangla
Police mock drills were conducted at sensitive places of Circle Bisham wherein Police, Elite Force, ATS and 1122 personnel participated in the exercises in order to increase the professional skills of the police personnel and to ensure the safety of public and private property in case of any possible unpleasant situations.
The mock drills were conducted on the directives of District Police Officer Shangla Sajjad Ahmad Sahibzada. Presented a practical demonstration of safely evacuating the Azadars during a procession. During the mock exercise, the Police men used force against the attackers and arrested them successfully.
In addition to providing immediate medical aid to the injured persons during the resistance with the Police, they repeated the drill to protect themselves from the attackers and presented a practical demonstration of different formations.