jang/Geo Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman arrest warrants
At the dissent camp outside the workplaces of the Jang and The News at the Murree Road in Rawalpindi on Saturday, the laborers of the Geo and Jang Group alongside the common society and political specialists settled that the battle for arrival of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman, who has been in illicit care for most recent 65 days with no charge in phony and manufactured case, would proceed with no come up short. The countrywide dissent entered in 65th day on Saturday.
Tending to the nonconformists, the speakers called for arrival of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman and promised to proceed with their dissent till the arrival of Jang/Geo Editor-in-Chief.
The dissent camp tended to by Secretary General PFUJ Nasir Zaidi, Chairman Editorial Committee Jang Rawalpindi Hanif Khalid, Megazine Editor Jang Rawalpindi Farooq Aqdas, Chief Reporter Jang Rana Ghulam Qadir, Chairman Joint Action Committee and President Jang Workers Union Rawalpindi Nasir Chisti, media laborers of Jang and The News, Munir Shah, Amjad Abbasi, Malik Nusrat, Ziaul Qamar and others. In Lahore, Geo/Jang Group laborers on Saturday proceeded with challenge the unlawful capture of their Editor-in-Chief Mir