Islamabad Shut Down by Religious Parties, IHC Finally Takes Action

IHC finally takes action against religious parties that have closed down Islamabad and made life miserable for people residing in Islamabad. Islamabad High Court has ordered the religious parties to end their sit-in in Islamabad.

As per Radio Pakistan, this order was given by IHC during the hearing of the case related to Khatm-e-Nabuwat. The case was to take action against the people responsible for altering articles of the Constitution regarding Khatm-e-Nabuwat. This case was filed by a religious party.

Apart from ending the sit-in, the Chief Justice has also ordered the lawyer of the party to apologize for using rude words for chief justice of Pakistan. The case is adjourned until 29th November 2017.

From Thursday, 9th November 2017, the city of Islamabad and its people have been suffering. Traffic jams, roads closed down, blockages all around made it impossible for people to commute.

It’s been more than a week now, and it was past time that some official authority took some action against these parties.

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