Ammar, the son of Ibad Farooq, a Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) ticket holder who was arrested, has tragically passed away, as reported by Ary News.
Ibad Farooq, a prominent PTI leader, had been detained in connection with the violent events that unfolded on May 9.
Amidst this heartbreaking news, it was revealed that Ammar had been grappling with mental illness. His seven-year-old life came to an end, and his funeral is scheduled for tonight.
In a shocking development, an alleged audio message from Ibad Farooq emerged, claiming that he and other PTI leaders had received instructions to set fire to the Corps Commander House in Lahore.
May 9 marked a day of overall unrest in Pakistan following the arrest of the former prime minister and PTI chief at the Islamabad High Court.
Protests erupted in both remote areas and major cities as PTI supporters expressed their outrage over their leader’s detention. Balochistan, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Islamabad called upon the armed forces to restore law and order.
When some PTI supporters were having a protest, a few people went and did some bad things to where the army stayed and the house of an important leader in Lahore. Also, PTI Chairman Khan was picked up by the police from his house in Lahore on August 5 because of money troubles and a court saying he can’t be the boss anymore.
New Source: Ary News