All culprits concerned in Sialkot tragedy arrested: Fawad

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Info and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain stated on Tuesday that the Sialkot incident was condemned throughout the nation and all of the accused concerned have been arrested.

The minister stated this throughout a gathering with Sri Lankan Excessive Commissioner to Pakistan Mohan Vijay Vikrama.

The minister expressed profound remorse over the incident and knowledgeable the Excessive Commissioner concerning the steps taken by the federal government after the tragedy.

The excessive commissioner stated the Sri Lankan authorities was glad with the steps being taken by the federal government of Pakistan and this tragic incident wouldn’t have an effect on the relations between the 2 nations.


Earlier, a gathering with Prime Minister Imran Khan within the chair in Islamabad has determined to implement a complete technique to curb Sialkot-like incidents and guarantee strict punishments to all of the perpetrators.

The prime minister chaired the assembly to evaluate the general safety state of affairs within the nation whereby the contributors stated that people and mobs couldn’t be allowed to take the regulation into their fingers.

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The assembly was attended by Info Minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, Inside Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, Chief of the Military Employees Normal Qamar Jawed Bajwa, Nationwide Safety Advisor Dr Moeed Yousaf, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and senior army and civil officers.

The assembly expressed severe concern over the merciless act of the killing of Sri Lankan nationwide Priyantha Diyawadanage in Sialkot and expressed the resolve to convey the perpetrators to justice.

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The assembly additionally praised the bravery and braveness of Malik Adnan who put his personal life in danger to save lots of Priyantha Diyawadanage.

The assembly additionally conveyed the deepest condolences to the household of late Priyantha Diyawadanage.

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