PESHAWAR: The government of Sindh has banned the entry of the Pakhtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) chief Manzoor Pashteen in the province to maintain public order.
According to a notification of the Sindh Home Department, the inspector general police (IGP) Sindh has informed that Manzoor Pashteen is staying in Karachi, in the vicinity of Ali Town falling in the jurisdiction of Sachal Police Station, Malir, for the last five days.
The police chief has informed that the PTM chief is holding public meetings in the jurisdictions of Gulshan-e-Maymar, Sachal, Site Super Highway and Industrial Area police stations and provoking the public through his inflammable and hate-speech against the state and law enforcement agencies posing a threat to peace within the area of district Malir, Karachi.
The notification said the police chief has proposed ban on entry of Manzoor Pashteen in Sindh in best interest of the general public and peaceful atmosphere.
Therefore, the notification said, a ban has been imposed on entry of the PTM chief in all parts of Sindh for 90 days under the Maintenance of Public Order 1960.The copy of the notification has been forwarded to relevant institutions.