Imran's social gathering chief raised controversial poster towards Hindus in Pakistan, apologized after criticism

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi. A frontrunner of Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan's social gathering has apologized after criticizing the banner elevating offensive slogans towards minority Hindus. Mian Akram Usman, a Lahore chief of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), put up posters on February 5 in reference to the Kashmir Unity Day noticed throughout the nation. He wrote within the poster, 'Hindu believes not with discuss, however with Lat. On this poster of Osman, he was criticized by many individuals of the nation alongside along with his social gathering.

The poster wrote, 'Hindu believes not with discuss, however with Lat'. This poster of Usman was criticized by his social gathering in addition to many individuals of the nation. <! –

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                 The social gathering's banner additionally featured footage of Imran Khan and Pakistan's founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah, together with Lahore General Secretary of the social gathering Usman.

After being criticized on social media, Usman apologized on Twitter to 'all Hindus dwelling peacefully on each side of the border'. Usman informed Dawn News TV that he had requested his printers to arrange posters with slogans criticizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi concerning Kashmir Unity Day.

The chief claimed that the printer 'misunderstood' his directions and wrote 'Hindu' on the banners as a substitute of the phrase 'Modi'. Responding to a Twitter person, Usman mentioned that the posters have been "immediately" eliminated.

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