PAK: Army kidnapped Sindh police chief, police riots, called to “civil war”

New Delhi: Between army and police in Pakistan It’s cold There are allegations that Pakistani soldiers kidnapped the Sindh police chief, as a result of which the army chief must give orders to investigate the case. However, he gave these orders under pressure due to the enormous tension spread in Pakistan.

According to reports, the Sindh police chief was kidnapped and forced to take action against PML (N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz Sharif. After that, Karachi police officers threatened to go on mass leave in support of the police chief.

Read also: Imran Khan trapped calling Maryam a ‘nanny’?

Situation similar to civil war in Pakistan

Sources in Islamabad said that a situation of civil war is rapidly developing in Pakistan with the ongoing conflict between the opposition parties, the police and the army. Sindh police on Monday arrested Safdar Awan, husband of Maryam Nawaz Sharif and son-in-law of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, from a hotel in Karachi. He was later released on bail.

The arrest came shortly after PML (N) Vice President Maryam criticized the Imran Khan government in a massive rally by the People’s Democratic Movement (PDM). The PDM is a newly formed coalition comprising 11 opposition political parties and have come together to challenge the Pakistani army-backed Imran Khan government.

Bajwa ordered arrest

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) President Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, in a tweet, blamed the army and ISI for the incident. Subsequently, Pakistani Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa ordered an investigation into Safdar Awan’s arrest.

Pakistani media quoted Bilawal as saying that a few hours before Safdar’s arrest, the Sindh police chief had been kidnapped by the Pakistani army and its secret services. Not only this, Bilawal insisted that the Pakistani army pressured Sindh police to take action against Safdar.

On the same side, Don Newspaper said a reporter shared an alleged voice message from PML (N) leader and former Sindh governor Muhammad Zubair. In this, Zubair claims that Sindh Police Inspector General Mushtaq Mahar was kidnapped and charged with others including Maryam, her husband 200, Quaid-e-Azam Modamad Ali Jinnah He was forced to file a FIR against violation of the sanctity of the tomb.

Meanwhile on Wednesday (21 October) a four-story building exploded in Karachi, Pakistan, killing 3 people and 15 people were injured. It is significant that the explosion took place in Gulshan-e-Iqbal in the building opposite the Muskan Gate of the University of Karachi.

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