Q-League holds demo in Karachi against Indian aggression

Karachi: Pakistan Muslim League (PML) Sindh chapter held a massive protest demo in front of Karachi Press Club (KPC) here Saturday against the Indian aggression on the working boundary at Sialkot, and also burnt effigies of the Indian leaders.

According to details, Pakistan Muslim League held a big protest demo to condemn the Indian aggression on the working boundary and targeting Pakistani villages in Saharyal, Cherad and Charo sectors in which the innocent civilian population faced loss of life and property. Activists of PML-Q Youth Wing, Labour Wing, Ladies Wing, Minorities Wing, Ulema Wing and other bodies along with a large number of citizens took part in the protest. Holding placards and banners they raised slogans in favour of Pakistan Army. They burnt effigies of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other ruling Indian politicians.

Addressing on the occasion, PML-Q Sindh President Haleem Adil Sheikh said our protest is not limited to burning the effigies of Indian leaders but we would fight shoulder by shoulder with the Pakistan Army for the defence of our country. He warned India not to irk the brave Pakistanis. He said the Indian aggression had claimed lives of our eight citizens and more than 40 others including women, children and elders have sustained injuries. He said if the proud Pakistanis replied the coward Indians in the same currency they would brave very dire consequences.

Haleem Adil Sheikh said Pakistani politicians and political parties despite their differences are united for the defence of the nation and country. We are always on the same page when it the matter of defending Pakistan, he said.

On the occasion, angry protestors burnt the effigies of Indian leaders before thumping them with shoes. They also torched Indian flag to show their anger.

A large number of PML Sindh leaders including Naeem Adil Sheikh, Abdul Latif Rind, Naseebullah Achakzai, Nafees Haider, Hazrat Ali, Irshad Qaimkhani, Jameela Baloch and others were present.