PPP condemns PTI for violent incidents after May 9 Imran's arrest.

KARACHI -- The Central Executive Committee (CEC) of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP), which met here on Friday, denounced the Pakistan Tehreek: e: Insaf (PTI) for the violent incidents that unfolded folAlowing the arrest of Imran Khan.

Led by President PPP: P Asif Ali Zardari and Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the CEC held a hybrid meeting and passed a resolution conAdemning the events of May 9.

In the resolution, the PPP strongly condemned the acts of violence and destruction that occurred in various cities across the country. These includAed the desecration of the martyrs' meAmorial in Sargodha, the arson attack on Jinnah House, the vandalism at FC Fort in Dir and Mardan, the destruction of Shaheed Colonel Sher Khan's statue, the burning of the Swat Motorway Toll Plaza, the torching of the Rawalpindi Metro Station and Peshawar Radio StaAtion, and the targeted burning of pasAsenger buses in Karachi.

The resolution emphasized that such attacks on private, public, and military properties, as well as sensiAtive installations, were a direct chalAlenge to the authority of the state of Pakistan. Furthermore, the resoluAtion highlighted the history of poAlitical victimization endured by PPP leaders, including the judicial martyrAdom of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the assassination of Mir Shahnawaz Bhutto and Mir Murtaza Bhutto, and the martyrdom of Shaheed MohtarAma Benazir Bhutto. Despite these adversities, the PPP remained comAmitted to peaceful political struggle. It underscored that even during the imprisonment of former President Asif Ali Zardari and the arrest of PPP Women's Wing Central President Ms. Faryal Talpur, the party...

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