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PML-N adamant about holding rally at Mandi Bahauddin ground 

Both the weather and authorities aren't on their side 

SAMAA | - Posted: Jul 6, 2019 | Last Updated: 2 years ago
Posted: Jul 6, 2019 | Last Updated: 2 years ago

The PML-N is adamant about holding a rally at Mandi Bahauddin's Quaid-e-Azam Ground even though they claim that the authorities aren't on their side. 

The party had announced that the rally will be on July 7 and Maryam Nawaz would address it. The authorities, however, didn't give them permission to use the venue.

A deputy commissioner told SAMAA TV that it is not that the PML-N hasn't been given the permission to hold the rally. The police asked the party to change the venue because the ground is located near a residential area. The party leaders have been told to change the location, the deputy commissioner explained.

It seemed as if the weather was also not on the PML-N's side as water gathered in the ground on Saturday following overnight rains. The party leaders couldn't even enter the ground because its gates were locked.

On Friday, a caterer said that they had started preparing for the rally and were setting up chairs when a police party reached the site. They picked up chairs and detained six people, the caterer said. The people were released after a few hours.

Some PML-N leaders have even claimed that police are harassing them and raids are being conducted at their houses. The police, however, has denied these allegations.

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One Comment

  1. ali malik  July 6, 2019 8:52 pm/ Reply

    Mandi Bahauddin mn Subh sakht barish hoi hy.

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