Agitated by the denial of tickets to their favourite candidates, workers of political parties are coming up with novel ways to register their protest.

Some are seen climbing up electricity poles and others taking to streets.

But a unique way was adopted by a Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) activist from Rawalpindi who vented his anger by setting his motorcycle on fire.

He was part of a rally brought out some 200 disgruntled party activists protesting rejection of former MPA Shaheryar Riaz’s application for ticket for PP-12.

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