A probe into the alleged murder of a Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) worker while in police custody has been requested by the United Nations (UN).
When police and PTI supporters clashed outside the residence of Imran Khan in Zaman Park a few days ago, a PTI worker named Ali Bilal was killed. The worker who died lived in Lahore’s Jahangir Town.
In his statement, Farhan Haq, the vice spokesperson for UN Chief Antonio Guetress, stated that an investigation should be conducted into the alleged police torture that resulted in the death of a PTI worker.
In the world, people have the right to peaceful protest, and those who attacked the participants should be held accountable, according to the statement.
In his statement, the UN chief urged restraint to calm the situation UN demands an investigation into a PTI worker death while in police custody.
Farrukh Habib, the leader of the PTI, told journalists in Lahore that a PTI activist named Ali Bilal had been brutally tortured while being hit by a tear gas shell fired by police.
On the other hand, a spokesperson for the Punjab government stated that 11 police officers, including Sabzazar and Township DSPs and SHOs, were injured by PTI workers’ violence at Zaman Park.
Mohsin Raza Naqvi, the interim chief minister of Punjab, noticed the death and ordered an investigation into the incident.