PESHAWAR - The secretary of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly has formally sent a letter to police department high-ups to take action against the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) activists for allegedly attacking and hoisting their party’s flags on walls and grills of the provincial assembly building.

The letter seeking action said that during a protest by the PML-N workers and miscreants on September 11, they attacked on the Assembly building and hoisted their party’s flags on walls and grills of the assembly secretariat. 

The sanctity of the KP Assembly building secretariat has been breached, as it is top most dignified public place for public representatives from across the province, the letter further explained.

It is therefore, requested to identify the party leaders, workers and miscreants involved in the incident and take action against them under the law, it added.

Following the incident, he KP Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser had taken strong notice of the attack and hoisting party flags on provincial assembly building by PML-N activists and vowed to take legal action against those who took law into their own hands.

In one of his statements, the speaker had said the provincial assembly was a symbol of unity and democracy.

It is stated that PML-N workers had arranged this protest in reaction to PTI’s planned march on Raiwind. Moreover, the KP CM Pervez Khattak had also condemned the attack and said that strict action would be taken against the hooligans.