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QAT protests against the brutal murder of journalist Ajay Lalwani

By: Adeel Alvi
SHIKARPUR: Qomi Awami Tahreek (QAT) Shikarpur chapter held a protest demonstration and marched various routes carrying banners, flags, and placards against the brutal murder of a journalist Ajay Lalwani and the forcible conversion of Hindu woman Kavita and demanded strict punishment to involved criminals.
The protest rally was carried out on the call given by the Qomi Awami Tehreek Shikarpur, against the brutal murder of journalist Ajay Lalwani and the forcible conversion of Hindu woman Kawita.
While addressing the sit-in leaders said that there is a democratic government in Sindh, but it is a pity that freedom has been banned. The government allegedly involved in killing the people and being framed in fabricated and false cases as well as being treated harshly at the behest of dacoits.
The journalist community has been caught in false cases while Sindh has been mourning over the murder of a journalist named Ajay Lalwani, but neither the killers of a journalist have been arrested nor the police have found any clue of the killers.
The leader reacted strongly and said that the killers of Ajay Lalwani should be taken to task for the larger interests of the journalists and his family members as well.
On the other hand, the leader said that with the Hindu community in Pakistan mainly women are forcibly being converted. Kawita Oad in Kandhkot has been forcibly converted which the termed lawlessness. The Government of Pakistan should take strict notice of this issue and should take strict efforts to protect life, property and honor.
Advocate Roshan Kanrani, Maqsood Soomro, Jameel Memon, Syed Sajid Ali Shah, Imdad Soomro, Shahnawaz Abro, Fahad Khan Pathan, Zameer Ghanghro, and a large number of citizens participated and raised their voice

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