Imran Khan's party leader posted anti-Hindu posters, apologized after opposition
Imran Khan's party leader posted anti-Hindu posters, apologized after opposition

Islamabad: The leader of Pakistan PM Imran Khan's Tehreek-e-Insaf Party (PTI) has apologized for calling the case after putting up anti-Hindu posters. According to the media there, anti-Hindu posters have also been removed from the walls of Lahore by a leader of the Lahore division of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party (PTI) in Pakistan province.

The PTI leader has to apologize after much criticism on social media. According to the news agency IANS, party leader Mian Akram Usman has blamed the printing of posters talking controversial things for the Hindu community on the printer saying that "the printer has mistakenly printed the contentious things". In this case, we are sorry for this. He said that the printer mistakenly gave a Hindu stamp in place of Modi.

According to Pakistani media, as soon as these posters came in the public, social media users protested strongly on this. People also refused to accept the printer's mistake. After this, Usman wrote several tweeting, 'I apologize to peace loving Hindus on both sides of the border and here. As soon as this thing came to my notice, I withdrew all the posters. I am not one of those who stick to their mistake. Let us tell you that these posters were prepared on the occasion of 'Kashmir Solidarity Day' celebrated on 5 February in Pakistan.

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