CM inaugurates refurbished memorial plaque of Capt. Isfindyar Shaheed.

FAISALABAD -- Caretaker Chief Minister (CM) Punjab Syed Mohsin Ali Naqvi said that the miscreants, rioters and arsonists involved in mayhem of 9th May would not be spared. However, the government would ensure that no innocent person could be subjected to unwarranted harassment or victimization.

He was talking to media persons while inaugurating refurbished memorial plaque of Capt. Isfindyar Shaheed Chowk near Allied Hospital here on Wednesday. He said that no new law or courts would be established but the miscreants would be treated under the existing army law.

He said that the miscreants vandalized Jinnah House in Lahore and ISI Office in Faisalabad and the elements involved in this heinous crime would not be spared at any cost.

He refuted the allegation of cold shoulder response by the police and said that police remained vigilant, otherwise, irreparable loss was expected in absence of the police.

He regretted over the vandalization of memorial plaque of Captain Isfindyar Shaheed and assured to make this Chowk as one of the most beautiful and planned square of the country.


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