Chitral protest called off after JIT to probe controversial post set up.

11 Dec, 2017

Chitral .. A complete shutter down strike was held in Chitral bazar on the call of Tehsil Nazim to protest a controversial post in social media which hurt the religious feelings of sunni muslims. At a meeting held at the DPO’s office in which the District Nazim, Comdt Chitral Scouts, DPO, ADC, AC, District Naib Nazim,, Amir Jamaat Islami, JUI, leader participated. It was decided to set up a Joint Investigating Team to investigate as to who was behind posting the controversial and inflammatory post at a crucial time with a possible motive to ignite sectarian fire. .. CN report, 11 Dec 2017 (photo credit ‘shandurtimes.com’)

3 Comments

  • Ahmad Azam says:

    Our administrative machinery should follow concept of punishment instead of making compromise with agitators if they violate rule of law. Tackling Faizabad dharna has created very bad impression and it has become a norm everywhere that a few people gather in one place and challenge writ of the state through agitation and mob power. If strict action is not taken against mob-violence this situation will continue and create serious administrative problem. Secondly action should also be taken under cyber crime act against those people who are using social media to create unrest in the society.

  • Altaf ur Rahman says:

    When the Law enforcing agencies including the district administration are sincere then there is no problem of of law and order and any untoward situation can be controlled. In 1982 the district administration of the time did not play a positive role in controlling the riot, rather some allege that it stoked the fire.

  • basit ali says:

    Ismailis use the word “Alayhi as-salam” for all imams beginning with Imam Ali and Imam Hussain and their descendants, which the Aga Khan is. It means “peace be upon him”. If people have a problem with that, they should protest against Shias all over Pakistan because they use that phrase for their imams all the time. I don’t think one sect has a monopoly over the word “Alayhi as-salam”. I don’t understand what kind of a society Chitral is where a person cannot even respect their own spiritual leader.