Massive PTM rally seeks end to Afghan war

The Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) has underlined an end to the war in neighbouring Afghanistan.

At a massive rally in Balochistan’s border town of Chaman on Friday also sought an immediate end to extrajudicial killings in Pakistan.

Thousands of people attending the Pashtun long march called for an end to the Afghan conflict and sincere action against terror safe havens.

Manzoor Pashteen, head of the rights-based alliance, asked the state to ensure an end to extrajudicial killings.

Organisers hailed the PTM rally as yet another successful gathering, which pulled thousands of disappointed and grieving Pashtuns

Pashteen asked the rulers to shun the policy of good and bad Taliban, produce the missing people in courts and end extrajudicial killings.

PTM lawmaker Mohsin Dawar praised the public for the success of the rally. “Congratulations and well done PTM chaiman for such a successful rally. PTM is a reality that cannot be wished away.

The legislator said the grand rally was a public referendum for justice for the victims of terrorism.