WorldTaliban flag on women's madrassa in Pakistan, case filed against cleric

Taliban flag on women’s madrassa in Pakistan, case filed against cleric


Maulana Abdul Aziz is the cleric of the famous Lal Masjid of Islamabad.

New Delhi. A case of unfurling of Afghan Taliban flags over a women’s madrasa in Pakistan has come to light. In this case, the police have registered a case against a cleric and several others.

white flag seen

According to media reports, on Saturday, a white flag of the Afghan Taliban was seen on the roof of Jamia Hafsa, a women’s seminary in the capital Islamabad. After getting information about this, the district administration sent a contingent of police, including the anti-riot unit, to here, after which they laid siege to the madrasa.

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A case under several sections of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) and Pakistan Penal Code has been registered against the students of the madrasa along with associates including Maulana Abdul Aziz. Maulana Abdul Aziz is the cleric of the famous Lal Masjid of Islamabad.

weapon displayed

According to officials, Maulana Aziz has openly threatened the police with dire consequences by using the name of the Afghan Taliban. According to police officials, some people associated with the madrasa, including Maulana Aziz, demonstrated the weapon. Students and teachers of the madrasa challenged the police and threatened them. This was the third time since August 21 that Afghan Taliban flags were hoisted at the madrasa.

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