KARACHI: Banners with threatening slogans as soon as once more appeared within the metropolis on Wednesday. That is the second time this week such banners have been seen within the metropolis.
Banners with the slogan ‘Jo mulk ka ghaddar hay, wo mout ka haqdar hai’ (traitors of the nation deserve demise) appeared in a number of areas, together with Sharae-e-Faisal, the primary artery of the town.
MQM chief Farooq Sattar stated the banners have been being positioned by unknown individuals and political events needed to be empowered for peace in Karachi.
On September 5, a banner which learn ‘Jo Quaid-e-Tehreek ka ghaddar hay, wo mout ka haqdar hay’ (traitors of the motion’s founder deserve demise) have been seen hanging on a fence outdoors the Sindh Excessive Courtroom. The banner was eliminated after information flashed on native tv channels.
On the identical day, banners have been additionally seen within the close by Saddar business space. The banners in Saddar’s Regal Chowk space carried slogans towards Farooq Sattar and the MQM Pakistan Rabita Committee. It was unclear as to who was behind the banners.
Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah ordered the IG Sindh and Rangers officers to take quick motion. Strict motion must be taken towards these making an attempt to unfold intolerance and hatred, he stated.
The CM directed regulation enforcement businesses (LEAs) to probe the matter and determine the weather behind it. The IG Sindh, talking concerning the controversial banners, stated the act was an try and sabotage peace within the province.
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