ISO condemns killing of students F.P. Report
PESHAWAR: Condemning the killing of students of Parachinar in Khyber Agency, activists of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) Peshawar Chapter staged a protest demonstration, outside Peshawar Press Club, here on Friday, and demanded of the government and political administration to immediately take in to task involved people of incident. The protest was led by ISO Peshawar divisional General secretary Muhammad Saqib, and Muhammad Ali, along with score of activists and others students. The activists were holding placards and banners inscribed slogans against the killing of student Naeem and in favour of their demands. The also raised full-throated slogans against the political administration and government, which failed to provide protection to the civilians in particular students from Parachinar. While addressed the gathering, the ISO Chief Muhammad Ali has said that the Naeem had been taken admission in Electronic Technology, under FATA scholarship program in Peshawar. Since, half a year, he said that the Parachinar road had been remained close due to extremists elements in the areas, while the local have facing numerous difficulties to travel other parts of the province, adding that they were traveling via Khyber Agency to Peshawar, instead of main Parachinar road. He further said that two people from Parachinar had been abducted by some miscreant elements via traveling Landi Kotal, out of which Naeem was sustained, injured through bullet and drew him at main Landi Kotal road. The Naeem was rushed to nearby hospital to first aid, where he succumbed to his injuries and died, he added. The activists have demanded of the government, political administration and other high-ups to immediately recover two abducted students and take action against the killers of Naeem. They also demanded that the Parachinar road should be save from the miscreants, who had occupied from half and year and early open it, in order to not happen again such incident in the area. The protesters warned that if the government and political administration fails to meet their demands, they would hold wide spread protest and launch protest campaign against it.

The Frontier Post
Saturday, September 20, 2008,
 Ramadan 19, 1429 A.H.

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