35 booked for trying to disrupt Aurat Azadi March
ISLAMABAD: A case has been registered against the participants of a gathering who tried to disrupt the Aurat Azadi March in the capital on Sunday, police said.
The Kohsar police registered the case in response to a complaint lodged by City Magistrate Ghulam Murtaza Chandio against 35 people under different sections of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) and the Amplifier Act.
However, so far none of the suspects has been arrested even though 11 of them were nominated in the FIR with their names. Some of the 11 suspects were affiliated with religious-politico parties, a police official added.
According to the FIR, about 400 men and women under the leadership of the 11 persons reached near National Press Club and used loudspeakers to provoke religious sentiments of their followers against those who were observing the International Women’s Day outside the press club.