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Pak Police removes barricades placed by JuD outside HQ

| | Lahore

Acting on the orders of Pakistan’s Supreme Court, police on Monday removed the barricades placed by the members of the banned Jamaat-ud Dawah outside the group's headquarters here in the name of security after over a decade.

Chief Justice Saqib Nisar had ordered the Punjab police to open all roads blocked in the name of security in Lahore.

“If you fail to submit a compliance report, the court will decide your fate. You are not going to stay as the IG even if the Chief Minister wants to retain you,” Justice Nisar has warned the Inspector General of Police yesterday.            

 
 
 
 
 

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