TTP warns drivers not to play obscene music, films

Members of TTP Punjab chapter distribute threatening pamphlets to bus owners, drivers and conductors.


Asad Kharal February 06, 2013
Bus commuters say operators feel endangered. PHOTO: FILE

LAHORE: Unidentified members of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Punjab chapter distributed pamphlets in buses and bus stands in Lahore threatening bus owners, drivers and conductors not to play obscene movies and/or songs while travelling or else they would be targeted.

The TTP members distributed these pamphlets in the Nawan Kot Circle of Lahore. According to reports from bus commuters, operators feel endangered and scared by the threats from the militants.

The Punjab Home Department issued a circular notice to the Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Lahore and other relevant officials.

COMMENTS (6)

Ayesha | 8 years ago | Reply

@Maestro: Now this shows your mindset as calling yourself a Muslim and You like dance and Music. That's the reason People like you hate the sharia law. Good thing must be admired if its by taliban or someone else. Its embarrassing if you are travelling with your father and these drivers play sexy songs in bus. Its against ethics and also Islam.

Nobody | 8 years ago | Reply

@indian: And you think there's something funny or something to smile about when you think of what's going on in Karachi? People dying everyday is a joke to you? Vah. India's lucky to have ya.

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