PESHAWAR: A former Pakistani legislator and General Secretary Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Sami (JUI-S), Ikramullah Shahid announced a $200,000 bounty for the maker of the anti-Islam film released in the US.
Shahid made the offer at a Difa-i-Pakistan Council (DPC) rally on Monday in Peshawar.
“We will award $200,000 to anyone who kills the filmmaker,” he said.
This offer comes after Federal Railways Minister Ghulam Ahmed Bilour earlier offer of $100,000 bounty for the filmmaker behind the disrespectful film.
Muslims across the world have held protests, both violent and peaceful, against the film demanding Google to block the video or pull it down from YouTube altogether.
At least 23 people had died during protests in Pakistan against the film.
YouTube has been blocked in Pakistan since almost three weeks because Google refused to block the video in Pakistan.
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