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Pakistan Sindh

Clash erupts in Nazimabad license office


KARACHI: A clash between Police and violent protesters has been erupted in the license office Naziamabad, Karachi, Pakistan.

According to details, Rangers have been called after the clash has taken a serious turn, Police baton charged the protesters due to which windows and door of the office has broken.

Protesters are of the opinion that they have been waiting for their number since 6 am but no one is helping them out.

Also, ‘Police needed to help us but they baton charged us due to which severe protest erupted’ they said.

They further asked that DIG should had to complete all the measurements before in this regard.

While on the other side Police has said that Online System of Driving license is not working due to unpaid bills of their internet.

Still no casualty has been reported in this clash.

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