Emotionally charged protesters staged a demonstration against the brutal killing of two brothers in front of Rescue 1122 office in Sialkot and pelted stones at it, forcing the staff to run away and find cover.

Protesters gathered in Sialkot to stage a rally against the barbaric killing of the two innocent brothers (Moiz Butt and Muneeb Butt) by declaring them robbers (dacoit) last Sunday. Moiz Butt’s video has now become a viral video.

Some angry young men outside the office of Rescue 1122 building attacked it with stones, smashing the windowpanes. The staff present in the office managed to flee the scene to save their lives.

Police baton-charged the emotionally charged protesters in order to bring the situation under control.

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The protesters kept raising slogans against Rescue 1122 and in favor of Geo News, The News reported.

‘Punjab a police state’

Meanwhile, Ameer Jama’at-e-Islami Syed Munawar Hasan and Secretary General Liaquat Baloch have said the brutal killing of two real brothers in Sialkot in police presence and the lathi charge on female students of Bahawalpur Medical College showed that the Punjab had been turned into a police state.

In a joint press statement issued here Saturday, they said there was jungle law in the Punjab and the life, property and honor of the citizens was not safe at the hand of the law enforcing personnel. It was a pity, they said that the Chief minister claiming to be the Khadam-e-Aala, did not deem it necessary to express regrets on the two incidents. They said the killing of two brothers in Sialkot in the presence of police officers was a blot on the face of the Punjab government and the law enforcing agencies and the incident had lowered the image of the country at international level.

However, they welcomed the Supreme Court taking suo moto notice of the incident and hoped that justice would be done and the culprits would be brought to the book.