Search operation in Karachi- Sunni Tehrik offices demolished

Police and law enforcement agencies launched a search operation in the Godhar Colony of Karachi and demolished the offices of Sunni Tehreek and other banned outfits, Express  News 24/7 reported Friday.
Police also seized all literature and other items from the offices.
The law enforcement agencies have been put on a high alert to subvert any terror activity in Karachi.
The search operation was launched in the area late at night jointly by police, Frontier Corps (FC) and Rangers.
Certain houses were searched on a tip-off and no civilian was allowed to enter or leave the area.
Some women protested against the demolition of the Sunni Tehreek office.
A few people were arrested from the areas, however, police did not disclose the identity of the arrest persons.
Earlier this month, Sunni Tehreek leader Shahid Ghouri and other activists were remanded into custody till October 11.
Karachi Anti-Terrorism Court Administrative Judge Justice Maqbool Baqar of the Sindh High Court remanded the activists to police custody for two days.
They were accused of setting public transport on fire and violence during a strike in Orangi Town against the conviction of former Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer’s killer Mumtaz Qadri, on October 7.

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