Banners in support of armed forces appear in Islamabad – Pakistan

Islamabad: On Saturday, banners with slogans in support of the military appeared in various parts of Islamabad.

Dozens of banners were found hanging from tree-lined poles and road dividers on Faisal Avenue and highways from Faizabad to Faisal Masjid, Dhokri Chowk, I-9 and Srinagar Chowk during several local visits. It is not yet known who hung the flag.

Police and administrative officials were contacted and said at first they did not know if there was a banner. However, when some journalists approached them and asked about this, the police dispatched a team to the area where they found the banner.

According to this law, permission from the city administration of Islamabad is required to display or hang banners in Islamabad.

Apparently, the banner was hanged at a rally by the PTI in response to criticism of the military.

Earlier, the police said that on the 15th, officials from various ministries also held a demonstration in favor of the Armed Forces, and about 50 officials from the National Assembly Secretariat also held protests in favor of and against the Armed Forces. I was criticizing them. Protesters marched from Gate 1 to the VIP gate in the afternoon of the National Assembly.

The Park Secretariat’s management group also added that similar protests were held at the Park Secretariat.

Meanwhile, wall chokes for Pakistani troops and commanders were also found at the 8th stage of Baria town in Rawalpindi, police said. The case was registered with Rawat Police under PPC 124-A, Punjab Prohibition of Expressing Matter on Walls Act 2015, and Punjab Maintenance of Public Order Ordinance 1960.

According to the FIR, a police team patrolled the town of Baria when they discovered provocative remarks about the National Security Agency hanging on a wall.

Posted at Serb on May 1, 2022