Long March On Roads: Protest On Railway Tracks: Light, Gas And Mobile Service Absent: Jungle Country.
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Long March On Roads: Protest On Railway Tracks: Light, Gas And Mobile Service Absent: Jungle Country.

Islamabad : Pakistan | Jan 14, 2013 at 12:04 AM PST
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Long March On Roads:Sit In Protest On Railway Tracks: Light, Gas And Mobile Service Absent: Jungle Country.


A very horrific situation is seen here in Pakistan that roads towards Islamabad are block due to Tahir Ul Qadri's long march. Passenger and goods service is block over the country.


Protesters are protesting on railway tracks and on roads against terrorism and targeting a sect. Railway service is also suspended due to protests.


Load shedding of Power and Gas extends to 18 hours in cities and much in remote areas.


A cheap necessity of life is mobile phone to communicate but now this service is suspended due to terror threat.


People are forced to think that they are living in a Jungle state where no Law exist.


These rulers pushed us in stone era.

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Long March On Roads: Protest On Railway Tracks: Light, Gas And Mobile Service Absent: Jungle Country.
Long March On Roads:Sit In Protest On Railway Tracks: Light, Gas And Mobile Service Absent: Jungle Country. A very horrific situation is seen here in Pakistan that roads towards Islamabad are block due to Tahir Ul Qadri's long march. Passenger and goods service is block over the country. Protesters are protesting on railway tracks and on roads against terrorism and targeting a sect. Railway service is also suspended due to protests. Load shedding of Power and Gas extends to 18 hours in cities and much in remote areas. A cheap necessity of life is mobile phone to communicate but now this service is suspended due to terror threat. People are forced to think that they are living in a Jungle state where no Law exist. These rulers pushed us in stone era.
atifji75 is based in Siālkot, Punjab, Pakistan, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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