- Police register case in opposition to assault on Geo and Jang Media Group workplace in Karachi
- At the very least 13 individuals have been arrested, whereas 200 unidentified individuals have been nominated within the FIR
- The case has been registered on the Mithadar police station
KARACHI: A case has been registered and 13 individuals arrested after the central workplace of the Geo and Jang Media Group was violently attacked by protesters in Karachi Sunday.
A mob broke a walkthrough gate put in on the constructing entrance and the primary entrance door. The employees contained in the constructing have been additionally attacked and violently pushed round.
In response to Geo Information Karachi Bureau Chief Faheem Siddiqui, protesters attacked the constructing “under an elaborate plot”.
The case has been registered on the Mithadar police station.
Learn extra: Geo and Jang Media Group’s central workplace attacked by protesters in Karachi
Police registered an FIR beneath sections of terrorism, try and homicide and harm to property.
It has been registered on the grievance of Jang and Geo’s safety supervisor Muhammad Kabir. Mushtaq Surki and over 200 others have been nominated within the FIR.
The FIR says over 150 violent protesters, together with Mushtaq Sarki, had gathered outdoors the media group’s workplace for a protest.
It says that the offended protesters out of the blue attacked Jang Geo’s reception space and when the safety guards tried to cease them, they broke down the doorway door and took the staff hostage.
Geo Information Managing Director Azhar Abbas had shared footage displaying the harm left in wake of the assault on Twitter.
The protesters have been attempting to enter Jang and Geo’s constructing. Geo staff tried to influence the enraged individuals, however Sarki continued to impress them, the FIR says.
The protesters stored threatening to kill Jang and Geo’s administration and shut down the channel. Police and Rangers have been knowledgeable and police arrived and arrested 13 individuals on the spot.