According to details, Sultan who is convicted for protesting in the model metropolis on June 17, 2014, at the same time as a violent clash took place amongst Punjab Police and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) activists.
Sultan was with a tumor and shifted to Nishtar hospital’s ICU with handcuffs on of his hands.
The clash the Punjab police an anti-encroachment operation to barricades from the roads to the of PAT founder Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri.
People are their outrage on the of Muhammad Sultan and criticizing the duplicity and double of the the rule of is for and rich.
According to in media, Muhammad Sultan, who into imprisoned for protesting for of the Model Town clash, is hospitalized for the of a tumor. Pictures on social media have him operation theatre in handcuffs.
People have taken to social media what is inhumanity. Many are into the of how former minister Nawaz Sharif allowed to leave, like Muhammad Sultan suffered as they were powerful. One user that this the duplicity of this which a getaway to the untouchables
Because he is poor & an ordinary citizen …
Because he stood up against the corrupt system …
His name is Sultan, a worker of PAT. He was sent to jail because he struggled for equality, justice & prosperity of his country.
— Amir Yusuf Chaudhry (@ThePreEminent) January 1, 2020
Imran Khan sir! Do not test the patience of the poor. This lava can explode at any time, which will be very fatal to you and your rescue. Provide facilities@ARYSabirShakir pic.twitter.com/bQacpCIl5p
— HAJIRAH JAVED♥ (@fatimabeya_ali) January 1, 2020
Holy prophet MUHAMMAD p.b.u.h said:
— Lubna Abbas (@LubnaAbbas7) January 1, 2020
This system is based on dual standards where the poor is treated different than the mighty elites.#JusticeForSultan pic.twitter.com/Zh0ELhbMHv
— چاند بی بی (@Bibichand12) January 1, 2020
Having the sight of the conditon of Muhammad Sultan, its clear that there is no justice for the poor by this government. @PTIofficial should change their party’s name and make it something more matching to TikTok. You have nothing to do with justice
#JusticeForSultan #Lahore pic.twitter.com/v3Pik8vlvp
— Sir ImtiazAhmad Khan Offical (@imtiaza44284721) January 1, 2020