Sunni Tehreek holds protests against inflation


LAHORE – The Sunni Tehreek held protests against unemployment, inflation and vulgarity across Punjab on Sunday. Addressing the protests, Sunni Tehreek Lahore convener Mujahid Abdur Rasool said that the federal government should abstain from amending Section 295-C of blasphemy laws and the Punjab governor had surpassed Abu Jehal by saying that blasphemy laws were black laws.
He said that inflation, unemployment and vulgarity had played havoc with law and order in the country. Vulgarity has been given a free hand and the Reformed General Sales Tax (RGST) would add to the miseries of the people, he said.
Mujahid said that the federal and Punjab governments were compelling the public to rise against their cruel acts and a revolution had become inevitable.