LAHORE: The success of Aam Admi Party in India seems to have crossed bounds and desirous people in Pakistan, where a celebration has been launched with a same name.
A organisation led by Arslan-ul-Mulk, a rights romantic from Gujranwala, has purebred Aam Admi Party (AAP) with a Election Commission of Pakistan.
The AAP authority pronounced his celebration will essay to make Pakistan a nation as dreamt by a owner Mohammed Ali Jinnah.
Interestingly, Mulk has announced to lay on a craving strike, a form of criticism widely undertaken by a leaders of Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP, outward Punjab Assembly subsequent week.
The leaders of AAP will lay on strike in front of a Assembly perfectionist acceptance of Police Reforms and Anti Torture Bill 2014. The public is now in session.
“Is today’s Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah had envisioned? Is this a state where all are equal and enjoying a fruits of freedom? The benefaction leadership, both domestic and bureaucracy, has mislaid a hint of because Pakistan was created”. The AAP will essay for that loving dream of a owner of Pakistan,” Mulk said.
He said: “Twenty AAP workers and we were incarcerated and tortured during executive Jail Gujranwala final month. Physical assaults, bootleg forced earthy work and apprehension in unique cells kept for hardened criminals ordinarily famous as “Chaki’s” were meted out to us.”
He pronounced his celebration would criticism opposite military torture. “I have selected craving strike as an ultimate mode of domestic criticism opposite pervasive injustice,” he said.