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Islamabad 18 to 20 Thousand Protesters Protest

Pakistan News / Protests in Islamabad > According to the latest news Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik told that judicial probe is needed to know how to large number of protesters enter in Islamabad on Thursday, E Pakistan News Reported.

Anti Islam Protest in Islamabad

While talking with the media he said, on Thursday about 18 to 20 thousands protesters presents in the violent and serious protest in Islamabad in front of the Parliament House.


These violent protesters belonged to banned outfits Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and Sipah-e-Sihaba, added the interior minister.
He told that “The Islamabad police and administration instructed the administration of Rawalpindi to stop protesters outside and do not let them enter into the capital city but it was not followed.


In the case of Anti Islam Film Protests many areas getting bad situations of the Network signals like internet and mobile phones connections.

According to the reports, eight hours Internet Service was also blocked in Pakistan. People face many other problems due to the blockage of Internet in Pakistan.

Now on Friday, Muslims in Pakistan will observe the YoumeIshq-e-Rasool (PBUH) in Pakistan with the protests and by raising slogans against the Anti Islam Film Authorities.

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