During the protests in Punjab, how many cars were burned?

Lahore: Punjab Police have released the numbers of cars burned and buildings damaged during the protests against the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan in Punjab.

According to details, the spokesperson of Punjab Police said that the number of arrested miscreants involved in the attacks and arson reached up to 3,185.

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The spokesperson said that 152 police officers and officials were injured across Punjab due to the actions of miscreants, and 94 police vehicles were damaged.

According to the spokesperson, miscreants burned 27 police cars in Lahore, 21 in Faisalabad, 19 in Rawalpindi, 9 in Mianwali, 5 in Sialkot, 4 in Multan, 3 in Gujranwala, and 1 each in Attock, Jhang, and Toba Tek Singh. One car was also damaged.

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The spokesperson of the police said that 3 police constables and 8 private vehicles were also destroyed by miscreants, and 22 government buildings including police stations and offices were severely damaged.

Inspector General (IG) Punjab, Dr. Usman Anwar, said that miscreants will not be able to evade the law.

Abdul Rehman

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