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Pak Army and Sindh Police Clash

Firing-violent Clash Between Pak Army and Sindh Police

Pak Army and Sindh Police Clash : Civil war-like situation has arisen in the country due to a clash between police and army in Karachi, Pakistan. Police and army have come face to face. There is still fierce firing between the two. At the same time, Pakistani media has also started trying to hide the serious situation from the public somewhere.

In fact, Safdar and his wife PML-Nawaz Vice President Maryam Nawaz had come to Karachi to participate in the rally of the Pakistan Democratic Movement. Meanwhile, Safdar was arrested from his hotel room. He was later released on bail.

Ten soldiers have died in a clash between police and the army in Karachi, Pakistan. Five army officers are also among those who died. However, Pakistani media has tried very hard to suppress this news. According to a tweet by the International Herald, ten soldiers were killed in a shootout between the Sindh police and the Pakistani Army in Karachi.

Pak Army and Sindh Police Clash :  What Mainstream Media Says ?

The mainstream media of Pakistan has tried its best to hide this news from the public. The matter between the army and police came to light when the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), a coalition of 11 opposition parties, held a massive rally in Karachi.

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In this rally, the Imran government and army, which became puppets of the army, were fiercely targeted. A huge crowd gathered at the rally. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also addressed via video link from London.

Sindh Police has tweeted that on the night of 18/19 October, Army personnel kidnapped IG Sindh Mushtaq Meher. He was also forced to sign Mohammad Safdar’s arrest order. The Sindh police are deeply hurt by this behavior, while the IG decided to go on an indefinite leave to register a protest.

A statement issued by the army said that the army chief has asked the Karachi corps commander to immediately investigate the incident and submit the report as soon as possible. The statement, however, did not explain which incident he asked to be investigated.

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