On Sunday fire broke out on the fourth floor of Islamabad Shopping mall Centaurus which cause a huge number of destruction of Property.
The spokesperson for Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister blamed the federal government for the fire in Islamabad’s shopping mall, which is owned by AJK PM Sardar Tanveer Ilyas.
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While Talking to journalists, AJK PM’s spokesperson, Raja Usman, claimed that the fire in Centaurus Mall was set by the federal government (PDM) which was doing political victimization in light of the political situation.
He claimed that the federal government wants to make it a bigger incident than the Model Town fire. He accuses Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah of their involvement in Islamabad’s shopping mall fire. The spokesperson further said that the Islamabad administration was also responsible. Inspector-General, Commissioner, and Deputy Commissioner were directly involved in the fire incident.
Meanwhile, AJK Food Minister Ali Shan announced that the territory’s President and premier along with thousands of Kashmiris will call for protest and sit-in on Tuesday if the mall is not reopened.
“We don’t want to politicize the matter nor are we doing that,” the minister said that they have come to express solidarity with the AJK premier.
Remember that, A day earlier, a fire broke out in the food court of a popular shopping mall in Islamabad Sunday, but was quickly brought “under control”. The building, under the orders of the deputy commissioner, was sealed after the completion of the rescue operation.
Islamabad police said that the mall’s building would remain sealed until the culprits involved in the matter have been carried out. Until then, entry into the building would remain prohibited to the public.
A case over the fire incident was registered at Margalla Police Station on behalf of SHO Mateen Chaudhry under Section 436. The FIR stated that the unidentified men set the shopping mall ablaze under unknown motives.
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