The posters contained messages that were pro-army and pro-Musharraf and are supposedly sponsored by a party called Move On Pakistan.
This is not the first time that Move On Pakistan has made posters and propped them up on the roads of Pakistan. In July 2016, posters asking the then army chief, General (r) Raheel Sharif, to impose martial law and impose a government of technocrats emerged. The posters read, “Talk of leaving has become old, for God’s sake come now.”
After the posters propped up, the chairman of Move On Pakistan, Muhammad Kamran, was arrested in Islamabad under Sections 120-B (criminal conspiracy), 124-A (sedition), and 505 (statements conducing to public mischief) of the Pakistan Penal Code.
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