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40 religious leaders detained in Punjab - PakTribune


40 religious leaders detained in Punjab - PakTribune: He said that more than 1,160 ulema — 378 of them belonging to Shia sect, 527 to Deobandi, 156 to Ahl-i-Hadith and 97 to Barelvi sect — had been ordered by law-enforcement agencies not to enter certain cities in the province. He said that over 640 firebrand speakers and ulema of different schools of thought had been barred from speaking at any mourning procession, Majlis or gathering.

According to the official, the arrested ulema violated laws and directives pertaining to routes and timing of processions and Majalis, ban on entry in certain cities for delivering speeches there, misuse of loudspeaker, distribution of hate material, wall chalking, aerial firing, display of weapons and taking out processions and holding Majalis during loadshedding and committed other violations of section 144 of the Pakistan Penal Code.

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