World Desk, Amar Ujala, Colombo
Printed by: Gaurav Pandey
Up to date Solar, 05 Dec 2021 03:37 PM IST
Prime Minister Imran Khan has assured strict motion in opposition to the culprits within the killing of a Sri Lankan nationwide in Pakistan on Friday. Concerning this, he spoke to the President of Sri Lanka on the telephone on Sunday.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan
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Imran additionally instructed that now 114 individuals have been arrested within the case. An announcement issued by the Sri Lankan President’s Workplace stated that Pakistani safety forces have obtained all of the movies and data associated to the incident. Imran Khan instructed President Gotabaya that Diyawadna had been working in Pakistan for a very long time and was very skilled as a supervisor.
TLP supporters attacked on prices of blasphemy
On this incident on Friday, supporters of the hardline Islamist social gathering Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) attacked a garment manufacturing facility, alleging blasphemy. Throughout this, indignant TLP supporters had killed the manufacturing facility supervisor Diyavadana and set the physique on hearth. This horrific incident in Punjab province has raised many questions on the Pakistan authorities.
Registered in opposition to 800 individuals, 13 predominant accused additionally arrested
Taking motion within the matter, the Pakistan authorities has registered a case in opposition to greater than 800 individuals on prices of terrorism. The full arrested embrace 13 predominant accused. Sri Lankan Parliament and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa on Saturday strongly condemned the incident and expressed hope that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan would take motion in opposition to the culprits.
Priyantha was the supervisor within the textile manufacturing facility of Sialkot district
Priyantha Kumar Diyavadana was working as Basic Supervisor in Rajco Industries dealing in Sports activities Clothes. Positioned within the Sialkot district of Pakistan, this manufacturing facility is about 100 km from Lahore. Diyavadana leaves behind his spouse and two youngsters. He had come to Pakistan in 2010 for employment and was working on this manufacturing facility since 2012.