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Daesh flag hoisted to distract government, claims interior minister | Pakistan

by Jal Pari
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ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Inside Talal Chaudhry on Wednesday mentioned that the Daesh flag was put up in Islamabad to distract the federal government.   

Chaudhry reiterated Nisar’s stance on the presence of Daesh group in Pakistan and rubbished claims concerning the terrorist group’s presence within the nation. 

“We have now been knowledgeable that the [Daesh] flag was put as much as distract [the government],” Chaudhry mentioned. “A particular investigation crew has been shaped to probe the incident.”

The Senate Standing Committee on Inside demanded an in depth report relating to the looks of a militant Daesh group’s flag in Islamabad’s suburbs final week.

Senator Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamra expressed severe concern over the nation’s safety state of affairs within the assembly.

“The previous inside minister Chaudhry Nisar had denied the presence of Daesh group within the nation, but the group’s flag was hoisted in Islamabad,” Senator Dhamra mentioned.

The committee authorised the legislation to put in close-circuit cameras within the markets and commerce centres of the capital. 

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