A local court in Karachi has ordered the police to record a First Information Report (FIR) against the Islamabad Aurat March coordinators.
March organized in major cities
The March coordinated in significant cities, including Hyderabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Sukkur, Islamabad, and Lahore. It features issues confronting women and wrong incidents of brutality against them and gender inequity and financial misuse.
The command comes two days after a local court gave the same order in Peshawar.
The court had instructed an FIR registration on Thursday against the coordinators of a similar occasion for showing inappropriate banners and making disrespectful comments against religious personalities.
Power to make an order
Section 22A authorizes the courts to make an order under justice for Peace or may order the center of an FIR for failure to register a case.
In the application, Arain fought that the respondents, including Marvi Sarmad, Tooba Syed, and others, had coordinated an occasion by the name of Aurat March in Islamabad on March 8. The candidate said he and different individuals from the Karachi Bar Association viewed the March on a TV channel that was being communicated from the federal capital. He said that wrong words were utilized against religious holy saints and their mates, and insulting slogans were shouted. He further mentioned that vulgar and anti-Islam slogans were raised during the event.
Recently, a video from Karachi’s verification was changed to dishonestly show members raising inappropriate banners and broadly shared on the web.
Individuals additionally mixed up banners of the Women Democratic Front (WDF) at the Islamabad March for the French Tricolor, after which the coordinators explained. March’s organizers explained that the members didn’t raise such banners, and their video was edited to criticize their battle.
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