November 15, 2013

Encounter during Ashura procession in Rawalpindi, 7 people Killed

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 Encounter during Ashura procession in Rawalpindi, 7 people KilledCity of Punjab Rawalpindi on Friday Ashur  clash between two groups  as result  more than 7 killed and 30 wounded.

French news agency , AFP and English newspaper ' Dawn ' and ' Express tribune " The incident occurred at the time when Muharram procession was passing through the market at a mosque speaker addressing started . Addressed stopping clash between two groups was tried .

The police were called immediately . However , the situation is out of control had to call security forces have reached the spot to control the situation . However , provoked some unidentified persons started the well located set fire to the cloth market was summoned to the brigades .

People injured by gunfire nearby hospitals for medical aid was transferred .

Faisal Cloth market due to fire damage , while some shops Protestors tear here too . Conditions for overcoming Raja Bazaar, Para Chowk, freight market square and surrounding areas prophet security force has been deployed .

According to local media reports, the police involved in the incident, some angry people in custody since the investigation began .

Immediately after the incident , the Punjab government's strong reaction came . Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif took notice of the incident and the Commissioner has sought a report from the RPO Rawalpindi . , He has directed stern action against those responsible , while a high level review of the status of the emergency meeting summoned .

The Punjab Law Minister Rana sna
ٴallh and executive officers and other key officials. Chief Minister Punjab Cabinet has issued instructions to immediately Rawalppindi

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