Hyderabad, NawabShah, Kindhkot, Jacobabad and Khairpur were among other cities where PML-N’s offices were targeted and set ablaze. – File Photo by AFP

KARACHI: Unknown miscreants attacked Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) offices in different cities and towns of interior Sindh and set them ablaze late on Saturday, DawnNews reported.

Unknown attackers escaped after setting PML-N office in Hyderabad on fire, which was located on first floor of the district council building.

According to the watchman of the building four attackers opened fire and escaped after setting the building alight.

General secretary PML-N Hyderabad told DawnNews that PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif’s posters and pictures were also being burnt in different parts of the city.

NawabShah, Kindhkot, Jacobabad and Khairpur were among other cities where PML-N’s offices were targeted and set ablaze.

Residence of PML-N district chief’s brother in Sukker was also attacked with a petrol bomb, however no casualty was reported.

Sindh Home Minister Manzoor wasan ordered for the judicial inquiry of the incidents and asked IG Sindh police to submit report on priority basis.

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