ISLAMABAD: Participants of women march and activists of religious parties stoned each other in the federal capital, injuring several people.
Today, International Women’s Day is being celebrated all over the world including Pakistan. In this connection rallies are being organized across the country. However, women march participants and activists of religious parties stoned each other in Islamabad, resulting in injuries to several people. According to details, the incident took place when the rallies of the women march participants and activists of the religious parties came face to face on the street and both sides chanted slogans against each other.
Due to the administration’s inability to attend to the police, the participants of both rallies started throwing stones at each other. Of
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan said in his message to the nation on the occasion of International Women’s Day that sustainable socio-economic development can be ensured only by providing women with a conducive environment and equal opportunities. What will help women to be safe and prosperous? He said that it is encouraging that women are getting their iron in all walks of life and are achieving outstanding achievements in their respective fields both nationally and globally. ۔