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Pak PM Imran Khan suspends Pioneer for Placing posters Rough Drive against Hindus

Last updated on February 9, 2020

Mian Akram Usman set the poster up in a relationship with Kashmir Solidarity Day, that was detected throughout the nation on February 5, together with the motto”Hindu baat se Nahi, laat se maanta hai” (Hindus cannot be concluded with using words by force).

Usman, who came under fire against netizens along with his celebration, apologized for the posters which were set up in public areas in Lahore.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf celebration has suspended the general secretary of its Lahore chapter above a poster which had featured an abysmal comment targeting Hindus, Geo News reported.

From the show-cause see to Usman following his suspension, the party reported that the words which appeared on the posters violated the party’s policy,” it stated, adding that the note was issued by celebration’s Lahore president Zuhair Abbas Khokhar.

The matter was referred to a particular committee, it stated.

Usman had blamed printer to its derogatory posters, stating he’d desired to target Prime Minister Narendra Modi however, the printer”wrongly” substituted Modi’s name with the term”Hindu”.

“I apologize [to] all calm Hindus living on each side of the boundary. All posters [were] removed instantly when they arrived [into ] my note.

Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari at a tweet on Thursday said Usman was”reprimanded and posters have been removed instantly”.

She predicted it as “a shameful and dumb approach from the person”.

In March this past year, another member of the ruling party Fayyazul Hassan Chohan has been eliminated since the Punjab information and culture ministry amid intense criticism within his derogatory comments from the Hindu community.