Sindh announces Rs100 m aid for flood-hit Punjab

Pillion riding banned in Karachi due to security reasons

KARACHI (DNA): The Sindh Home Department Wednesday slapped a 10-day ban on pillion riding in Karachi in the wake of increasing sectarian violence.

The ban comes hours after Maulana Masood Baig, son-in-law of noted religious cleric Mufti Naeem, was killed apparently in a sectarian attack. Reports said that four armed men riding on two motorcycles attacked the cleric.

“The ban will be effective from Wednesday midnight,” Home Sectretary Niaz Abbasi told media persons.

Three days ago, Ali Akbar Kumaili, son of prominent Shia scholar Allama Abbas Kumaili, was shot to dead in a similar attack.

Meanwhile, Sindh government has announced to provide Rs100 million for the flood affectees of Punjab province.

Pakistan People’s Party’s patron in chief, Asif Zardari has instructed the party workers to help flood victims in every way possible.

“We will not leave flood affectees alone in this time of need”, Zardari said.

At least 230 people have been killed in flash floods triggered by heavy monsoon rains in Punjab and Kashmir region.

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