Islamabad: The Punjab Kishan Ittehad strike against the government continues at F-Nine Park in Islamabad.
According to Express News, Punjab Kisan Ittehad raised slogans against the government during the sit-in at F-Nine Park. The protestors said that if the demands were not met, Kisan would move to President de Chock on the call of Ittehad.
Farmers on strike say they are peaceful people, arrests should stop, they respect all institutions.
The road leading to F-Nine Park was closed to all traffic during the police presence.
According to sources, after successful talks between Punjab Kisan Itihad and Home Minister Rana Sanaullah, Kisan Itihad leaders spoke to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif over phone.
According to sources, the Prime Minister will meet the farmers on his return to the country on September 28.
On the other hand, when PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi came to participate in the farmers’ strike, he was barred by the police.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said, “It is my fundamental, constitutional right to participate in the ongoing protest on behalf of the farmers, and the prohibition and prevention of entry by the Islamabad police is a clear violation of the constitution,” he said, adding that the Islamabad police arrested me. Allow to join the protest.
Meanwhile, Islam Police had a bitter conversation with Shah Mehmood Qureshi, on the basis of which Shah Mehmood Qureshi took a stand outside F-Nine Park. He said, he will never leave here without meeting the farmers.
In a tweet from the police, Islamabad police will perform their duty without discrimination.