IJT activists booked for allegedly injuring APMSO activist
Karachi, Sept 18: A clash occurred between the activists of the Islami Jamiat
Taliba (IJT) and the All-Pakistan Muttahida Student Organisation (APMSO) within
the premises of the Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science, and Technology
(FUUAST). As a result, an activist of the APMSO was reported to be injured.
Activists of the IJT and the APMSO gathered on the premises of FUUAST on
Monday which led to a violent clash and the activists also resorted to aerial
fire. In the meantime, the police reached the spot to control the situation and
the (SHO), Aziz Bhatti police station, S.M. Raza, was also injured.
However, the SHO said that no bullet injury in the violence was
reported. According to him, minor injuries resulting from scuffles between
activists were reported. An injured activist of the APMSO, Mohammed Arif, came
to the Aziz Bhatti police station and reported that he was the student of
business administration at the Karachi University and an activist of the APMSO.
He said he had come to meet his friend in FUUAST when the activists of IJT
attacked him due to which he was badly injured.
He said that Amjad,
Nazim of the IJT, along with seven unidentified activists attacked him. The
police lodged an FIR but no arrest has been made in the case. Meanwhile, a
spokesman of the IJT said that in the clash five of their activists, Amir, Anas,
Rizwan, Omer Farooq, and Wasim were injured by the activists of APMSO and their
two motorcycles KCD-7111 and KAM-5413 were also stolen, and, police refused to
register their case, they alleged. The News