ABBOTTABAD/HARIPUR: Individuals came out when driving in various parts of the Abbottabad city on Saturday and also in Haripur on Sunday to oppose supposed desecration of the Holy Quran by an undertrial detainee in the Abbottabad prison.
Infuriated people began coming onto the roads in the Abbottabad city as the news of the event spread with the militants wrecking signboards and also harmful government installations. The protests continued till Saturday evening.
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Inter-city transportation was obstructed at the entry and exit factors of the city as protesters took place a rampage. All city exchanges were closed.
The situation continued to be regular on Sunday as the area management had held arrangements with the militants, consisting of religious leaders, traders and activists of various teams. A 10-member board was created to probe the case.
During the settlements, the protesters’ leaders required that Area 295-C be added to the FIR versus the culprit, suspension of the prison superintendent, defense to the policemen that had actually noticed the criminal act as well as action against the cops having supplied duplicates of the Holy Quran to him.
To stop more agitation, the implicated was moved to the Haripur prison under tight safety and security late on Saturday evening.
To condemn the supposed desecration of holy Quran, the protestors of Jamaat-i-Islami’s Youth Wing presented an objection rally at the Central Jail Chowk, Haripur, and shouted slogans against the implicated and the jail administration.
The audio speakers stated the charged was apprehended by the Abbottabad cops in May 2019 on comparable charges as well as was shifted to Haripur jail, where he once again committed a comparable act in October 2020, as well as was once again moved to Abbottabad prison.
They said due to poor administrative control the accused had once more committed the cursing act.
The speakers demanded enrollment of FIR against the implicated.
Sheikh Hasan Abdullah, head of state of JI Young people Wing, and also Afzal Ahmed, president JI Labour Wing, were amongst those who talked with the protesters.