By Muslim Mirror Desk,
New Delhi : Punjab province’s police in Pakistan has arrested hate monger Imran Chishti who instigated people for violence against Sikh community in Nankana.
Imran was booked under sections 295-A/ 290/291/341/506/148/149, 6 sound system / 7 Anti-Terrorism Act at Nankana Sahib police station.
Sharing the development over Twitter, the Punjab CM’s focal person (digital media) Azhar Mashwani said that Imran Chishti won’t be able to secure bail as he has been booked under the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Imran Chishti incited a mob Muslim persons to pelt stones at Gurdwara Sri Janam Asthan, Nankana Sahib and had uttered highly inflammatory words against the Sikhs and Gurdwara Sri Janam Asthan Nankana Sahib on January 3.
Although on persuasion of Syed Sarwar Chishty, a prominent Khadim of Ajmer Dargah and social activist, Imran Chishti apologized for his hateful utterance and issued a video for the same.
The Pakistani government has set an example by taking prompt and strict action against Imran Chishti and he was booked under ATA.
This is in contrast to India, where hate mongers are given not only given protection of the government but even portfolios in ministry.