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Faisalabad, Khanewal Load Shedding Protest

Pakistan News / Faisalabad News Updates > According to the correspondents the Protest against Load Shedding in Punjab area of Faisalabad and Khanewal become more violent on Monday, E Pakistan News reported.

Faislabad Protest News

People becoming angry wild and start to destroying the markets and other government sectors in Faisalabad. Police started the shelling on the protestors.


In Kalur Kot, area of Bhakker there is no electricity since last 10 hours, people starts violent protest and burn the different things and start the slogans against Government.


Ahmed Yaar Hiraj’s Guard opened the fire on protest which killed one and 4 injured.


In Gujranwala and Sargodha Peoples also started the protests against worst load shedding.

Wild protests starts destroying and making target the Wapda houses and main Offices of Wapda in Punjab.


After the overall bad conditions of protest again load shedding in Pakistan, Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousaf Raza Gilani took the notice.


Sources told that 8 billion rupees announced by the Government to the PEPCO. So that load shedding may come to end from the Punjab.


Qamar Zaman said that in the bad conditions of Punjab Police and Administration have involvement with the bad elements.

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