Punjab CM Usman Buzdar on Saturday evening reported that the administration has had the option to come to the “genuine guilty parties” in the motorway assault case that caused countrywide shock and uncovered the absence of security on a key course.
CM Punjab was tending to a question and answer session close by Punjab Inspector General of Police Inam Ghani, Law Minister Raja Basharat and Information Minister Fayyazul Hasan Chohan.
Two ‘looters’ purportedly assaulted a lady at gunpoint in Gujjarpura region on Wednesday while she was hanging tight for help on the motorway after her vehicle built up a flaw.
“I need to advise all of you, [we] have had the option to arrive at the genuine offenders in this appalling episode in under 72 hours,” Buzdar told the news gathering.
He said the investigation of the case was being completed in a logical way and he was expressly checking the test.
Buzdar said the “monsters” associated with the occurrence will before long be captured and given suitable discipline according to the law. He included that he has coordinated the Punjab Police and different divisions to take compelling measures to forestall such episodes later on.
The main minister said he had by and by conversed with the person in question and guaranteed her of equity. He reported an award of Rs2.5 million each for the people that helped lead to the recognizable proof of the suspects.