Six Pakistanis jailed for insulting Madina Masjid

The Prime Minister of Pakistan along with his delegation arrived in Saudi Arabia on a three-day visit in April. As Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and his delegation entered Medina’s Masjid-e-Nawabi, the protesters started shouting “chor, thief”. During this, Shahzain Bugti, president of the Jamhoori Watan Party, was also abused and his hair was pulled. These […]
 


Six Pakistanis jailed for insulting Madina Masjid

The Prime Minister of Pakistan along with his delegation arrived in Saudi Arabia on a three-day visit in April. As Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and his delegation entered Medina’s Masjid-e-Nawabi, the protesters started shouting “chor, thief”. During this, Shahzain Bugti, president of the Jamhoori Watan Party, was also abused and his hair was pulled. These six Pakistani nationals have now been found guilty of violating the sanctity of Masjid-e-Nabwi in Medina.

As soon as Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and members of his delegation entered the Medina-Nabwi mosque, Pakistani protesters present there started shouting slogans. Thereafter he was arrested.

According to the report, officials familiar with the incident told that a court in Medina sentenced three Pakistani nationals Anas, Irshad, Muhammad Salim to 10 years in prison, while three others Khwaja Luqman, Muhammad Afzal and Ghulam Muhammad were sentenced to eight years in prison. The sentence has been handed down. , Apart from this, a fine of 20,000 Saudi Riyal has also been imposed on these criminals and their mobile phones have been confiscated.

 

 

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif had gone on a three-day visit to Saudi Arabia in April this year. It is alleged that meanwhile protesters belonging to PTI party violated the sanctity of Masjid-e-Nawabi in Medina. When Shahbaz Sharif and his delegation entered the mosque of Roza-e-Rasool to offer prayers, the protesters started shouting slogans.

When Prime Minister Shahbaz and his delegation reached the mosque, the protesters started shouting slogans of thieves, thieves. They also raised objectionable slogans against Pakistani leader Maryam Aurangzeb. The video of this incident went viral on social media.

The protesters manhandled the Jamhoori Watan Party (JWP) chief and Union Narcotics Control Minister Shahzain Bugti and pulled his hair. During this, the protesters kept making videos of the entire incident from their mobile phones. After the incident, political and religious leaders as well as people from different sections of the society expressed their displeasure over the incident and condemned the sloganeering at Masjid-e-Nawabi.