Capture of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman: Jang-Geo laborers stay unflinching in fight
Capture of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman: Jang-Geo laborers stay unflinching in fight 
RAWALPINDI: The countrywide dissent of the laborers of Geo and Jang Group alongside the Pakistan Federal Unions of Journalists, delegates of the common society and ideological groups against the illicit capture of Jang/Geo Group Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman and controls on the media proceeded on Saturday.

The countrywide dissent of laborers of Geo and Jang Group entered 85th day on Thursday against the unlawful capture of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman as they recited trademarks holding bulletins for his discharge and censured controls on the opportunity of media and furthermore sentenced the tricks to shut down the Geo and Jang Group.

During the dissent, Imam of mosque of Jang and The News workplaces Qari Muhammad Jameel offered petition for the arrival of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman.

Tending to the dissent outside the workplaces of Jang and The News at Murree Road in Rawalpindi, the speakers called for discharge Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman and pledged to proceed with their dissent till his discharge.

The speakers including Secretary General Pakistan Federal Unions of Journalists Nasir Zaidi, Chairman Editorial Committee Jang Rawalpindi Hanif Khalid, Chairman Joint Action Committee of laborers of Geo and Jang Group Islamabad and President Jang Workers Union Nasir Chisti, Chief Reporter Jang Rawalpindi Rana Ghulam Qadir, Magazine Editor Jang Rawalpindi Farooq Aqdas, Amjad Abbasi, Munir Shah, Malik Nusrat, Abbbas Alam, Azhar Sultan, Zafar Bhatti and different speakers while tending to the dissenters, said the Geo and Jang Group consistently confronted the exploitation on bringing reality before the individuals of Pakistan.

They required the arrival of the Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman.

In Lahore, aenior columnists, common society pioneers, office-bearers of media and worker's organization bodies proceeded with their dissent against unlawful detainment of Jang/Geo Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman throughout the previous 87 days. They named the capture the result of "Catch Niazi conspiracy" in a politically propelled case. They arranged an exhibit outside the Jang workplaces on Saturday at the dissent camp of laborers of Jang, Geo and The News representatives, set up on the call of Joint Action Committee and Jang Employees Union for the arrival of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman for the fifty-fourth back to back day.

They proceeded with the dissent showing in spite of sprinkle and raised mottos against the PTI government. They communicated distress that those professing to make Pakistan a Madina-like state had detained Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman even in the blessed month of Ramazan. They lamented that there was no advancement either in examinations concerning the 35-year-old property trade issue nor any conventional case was enlisted up until now.

The individuals who took part in the dissent camp included Shaheen Qureshi, Group Editor Jang Group, Secretary General of Jang Works Union Farooq Malik, Ishaq Shakir, senior columnist and news editorial manager of Pakistan Times, Zaheer Anjum, Maqsood Butt, Sher Ali Khalti, Amer Malik, Awais Qarni, Khizr Hayat Gondal, Aziz Sheik, Shahid Aziz, Munawwar Hussain and office-bearers of the Jang Employees Union and others.

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