Radesh Singh Tony Forced to Quit Peshawar After Getting Attacked Twice

PESHAWAR, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan—S. Radesh Singh Tony, the serving president of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Pakistan Minorities’ Alliance, has been reportedly forced to leave his city Peshawar after getting attacked by two unidentified assailants around two weeks ago. It is learnt that he got attacked twice by two unidentified assailants during the past days in Peshawar.

Sharing the development with media, Radesh Singh Tony informed that two unidentified assailants slapped him twice in the local market and threatened him around 15 days ago. “In fear, I deactivated my twitter account and moved to Lahore but here I am also receiving threats continuously” he added.

Tony claimed that the reins of Pakistan have gone in wrong hands and only the Almighty can save his country.

It may be recalled here that S. Radesh Singh Tony had unsuccessfully contested the election from Peshawar last year.


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