ISLAMABAD: The Red Zone in Islamabad have been sealed in view of series of protest announced by the various political parties on Friday against the brutal and inhuman conduct of Myanmar forces with Rohingya Muslims. The district administration has stationed several containers in red zone while more than 5000 police personnel will be deployed in the area as preemptive measures. The various political and religious parties have announced to hold protest before the Myanmar embassy, which is located in red zone, in protest against the persecution of Rohingya Muslims. Some of the parties warned the protest will continue till the closure of Myanmar embassy. District administration has shut the D-Chowk by placing containers and further preemptive steps being taken in this connection. The protest against the brutality and inhuman treatment of Myanmar forces to the Rohingya Muslim being held across the country and people demanded to the UN to send international forces there to stop cruelty. The United Nations, in its report, said that more than 120,000 Rohingya refugees have entered Bangladesh since a fresh upsurge of violence in Myanmar on August 25. The UN report stated that 123,600 had crossed the border in the past 11 days from Myanmar violence-wracked Rakhine state.
Daily Archives: September 7, 2017
KABUL: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has reiterated that Afghanistan wanted cordial relations with all countries particularly Pakistan. He viewed that insecure Afghanistan was not in the interest of any country and Pakistan would directly suffer from instability in Afghanistan. He … read more
KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) on Thursday decided to file an appeal against Benazir Bhutto murder case verdict. In an important party meeting, chaired by PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, it was decided that Asif Ali Zardari – PPP co-chairman … read more
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said that a comprehensive and active system being experienced against the terrorism in the country. PM Chairs Cabinet Meeting, “The security agencies and armed forces are alert to protect Pakistan internally and on borders,” … read more
WASHINGTON: Two high-intensity solar flares were emitted Wednesday, the second of which was the most intense recorded since the start of this sun cycle in December 2008, NASA said. These radiation flares, which can disrupt communications satellites, GPS and power … read more