6 Pakistanis jailed for insulting Medina mosque, also fined heavily

Islamabad: Pakistani PM Shehbaz Sharif visited Saudi Arabia with his delegation in April this year. During this time, some Pakistani nationals misbehaved with the PM and his delegation. These people had raised derogatory slogans against the PM. Now, the six Pakistani nationals have been convicted for violating the sanctity of Medina's Masjid-e-Nabavi.

Let us know that as soon as PM Shehbaz Sharif and the people of his delegation reached the Mosque-Nabavi in Medina, the Pakistani nationals who were already there started shouting slogans. After which they were arrested. According to media reports, officials with knowledge of the development said that a court in Medina has sentenced three Pakistani nationals Anas, Irshad, and Muhammad Salim to 10 years in jail, while three others Khwaja Lukman, Muhammad Afzal and Ghulam Muhammad have been sentenced to eight years in jail.

Along with this, a fine of 20,000-20,000 Saudi riyals has also been imposed on these convicts and their mobile phones have been seized. Let us know that Pakistani PM Shehbaz Sharif visited Saudi Arabia for three days in April this year. It is alleged that during this time, the protesters belonging to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party had violated the sanctity of Masjid-e-Navbi in Medina.  

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