JUI-F demands action against PTI workers for 'disturbing' Dir peace.

LOWER DIR -- The Lower Dir chapter of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl on Sunday demanded of the district administration to take action against the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf workers for 'disturbing' the peaceful environment in the region.

Speaking at a news conference at the Timergara Press Club, JUI-F district chief Ameer Sirajuddin, provincial leader Qazi Ayazuddin, district general secretary Javed Iqbal, vice-president Maulana Mohammad Huzaifa and others said the PTI workers chanted slogans against a party office-bearer Maulana Saifur Rahim and also pelted stones on his car during a protest rally in Samarbagh the other day.

They said it was not the first incident as earlier the PTI workers had stormed a seminary in Timergara, insulted teachers and chanted slogans against JUI-F leadership.

They said all political parties, including PTI, had signed an agreement that no one would be allowed to chant slogans against opponents in rallies. They said the PTI workers were violating the agreement.

Mr Sirajuddin said it was responsibility of the district administration to stop such elements from disturbing peace.

He said top leadership of all political parties had condemned the attack on Imran Khan's container in Wazirabad, and demanded impartial inquiry against the attack.

He said unfortunately instead of thanking the opposition, the PTI chief had levelled baseless...

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