Thursday, November 19, 2020

PTI appointed govt in Gilgit-Baltistan seeks Army assistance to "maintain law and order situation"

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Gilgit-Baltistan [PoK], November 19 (ANI): As significant Pakistan resistance groups challenge the consequences of the as of late held Gilgit-Baltistan races, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) delegated government in the locale has looked for Army's assistance to control the security circumstance.

As per a report before breakfast, through a letter kept in touch with the Federal Ministry of Interior, the Gilgit-Baltistan delegated government has demanded two organizations of the military to keep up peace circumstance in Gilgit and Chilas.

It is accounted for that the PTI designated government in Gilgit-Baltistan has requested 480 soldiers, out of which 300 will be conveyed in Gilgit and 180 in Chilas.

The soldiers will backup as a third-level security layer to help the organization and will remain conveyed till November 23, Dawn said.

In the interim, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has proceeded their protest close to the representative official's office in Gilgit against "fixing" in the races.

The total however informal aftereffects of every one of the 23 supporters, where surveying was hung on Sunday, show that the PTI hosts arose as the single biggest gathering on10 seats, trailed by seven free thinkers.

The PPP won three seats, the PML-N two and the Majlis Wahdatul Muslimeen, which sat down change plan with the PTI, got one seat, Dawn revealed.

Tending to a public interview in Gilgit a day after surveys shut and informal outcomes indicated the PPP had won just three out of the 24 seats in the GB Legislative Assembly, PPP executive Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari guaranteed that outcomes were controlled "overnight" for races on seats that the PPP was winning and the gathering was proclaimed to have lost them during the day. (ANI)

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