RAWALPINDI: Law requirement offices have reallocated four banners of the activist outfit known as the Islamic State battling in Iraq and Syria (ISIS or IS).
The banners of the gathering, additionally known mainly by its Arabic acronym ‘Daish’, were settled to power posts in a nearly protected piece of Taxila, close to the Pakistan Ordinance Factories (POF), and an examination has been started to find any sympathizers of the terrorist association from zones close to the government capital.
A senior Intelligence officer told latest news that a couple of banners, bearing the IS monogram, were discovered flying close to the principle passageway to the POF complex, while others were spotted on adjacent power shafts.
As such, police and brainpower offices don’t know who set up the banners in the intensely ensured region. No suspects have been kept yet regarding this matter.
At the point when arrived at for input, Regional Police Officer Akhtar Umar Hayat Laleka carefully showed that there had been reports of the vicinity of one such banner in the region and a group had been dispatched to examine. “While the group checked the occurrence, the banner ended up being that of ‘some association’,” he said, ceasing from particularly naming the IS gathering.