Sindh House has been seized by members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), and the workers who stormed the building have been released on bail.
At least 13 PTI personnel were brought before the local magistrate, who, after hearing their accounts, released them on personal guarantee bail after hearing their testimony.
Laborers working for the Pakistan Tehreek e-Insaf (PTI) have been accused of violating Section 144 of the Islamabad Capital Territory Police Act.
An unspecified number of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) members entered Sindh House and plundered the premises during a demonstration yesterday.
As soon as the PTI gained admission to the building, members of the party launched an attack on it, pulling down the gates and yelling anti-opposition and anti-traitors slogans.
PTI protesters were escorted by two Members of Parliament (MNAs) who were detained by the police. Later on, Shahbaz Gill was able to release them from their captivity.
Following the attack on Sindh House by PTI workers, Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed released a statement in which he condemned the action and ordered the Islamabad police to jail protestors and members of the National Assembly (MNAs).
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