Pakistan Police Arrest Over 160 People As Protests Triggered By Youth Killing Erupt In Sindh Latest News Update
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In Pakistan, clashes broke out between Sindhis and Pashtuns after a Sindhi man was killed in a hotel in Hyderabad. In the case, the police have arrested more than 160 people in Sindh province. The protests, which started on Wednesday night, started after a video went viral on social media.
In fact, after the murder of Sindhi youth Bilal Kaka in a restaurant in Hyderabad, the issue of illegal Afghans in Pakistan is again in discussion. He was murdered by the restaurant owner on Eid-ul-Azha after a dispute over the food bill. He had also injured two of his companions.
Local media say illegal Afghans are engaged in drugs and money lending at high interest. He has been involved in the murder of many Sindhi youths. Police or other agencies do not take action against them. The murder of Bilal Kaka is not an isolated case, but it is the result of increased infiltration of outsiders into Sindh.
Syed Jalal Mohammad Shah, President of Sindh United Party and Convener of Sindh Action Committee, said, “The law and order problem is due to Afghans and other outsiders living here illegally. The people of Bilal Kaka’s community protested against his killing by blocking the road.