Pro-Pakistan banners now emerge

Banners inscribed with the slogan ‘Jo Mulq Ka Ghaddar Hai, Woh Mout Ka Haqdaar Hai’ appeared


Our Correspondent September 08, 2016
The police had registered a case after the banners were put up on Monday but are yet to arrest anyone in this regard. PHOTO: NNI

KARACHI: In reaction to the ‘threatening’ banners put up by ‘na maloom afraad’ in District South on Monday, similar banners with an opposite slogan sprang up across the city on Wednesday.

Banners inscribed with the slogan ‘Jo Mulq Ka Ghaddar Hai, Woh Mout Ka Haqdaar Hai’ [Death to traitors of the country] appeared on Sharae Faisal, II Chundrigar Road and in other parts of the metropolis.

The banners, signed by ‘residents of Karachi’, are apparently a rejoinder to banners placed outside the Sindh High Court and at Regal Chowk inscribed with the slogan ‘Jo Quaid-e-Tehreek Ka Ghaddar Hai, Wo Mout Ka Haqdaar Hai’ [Traitor to the Quaid-e-Tehrik (Altaf Hussain) deserves death]. The police had registered a case after the banners were put up on Monday but are yet to arrest anyone in this regard.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 8th, 2016.

COMMENTS (1)

NKAli | 5 years ago | Reply Yes, it is a widely accepted fact that this is the soil we shed our blood and guts for and got it. We have to look after it on all counts and unconditionally. Traitors and deserters must be punished without delay and mercy. To do that we have to drop our traditional biradari. Salams
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