Islamabad:Pakistan police were on Tuesday thrown into a tizzy after several pro-India banners appeared in different parts of the country's capital here, including in the high security Red Zone.
The banners appeared after the Indian government on Monday revoked Article 370 which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir and proposed that the state be bifurcated into two union territories, Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh.
The police registered a case against unknown persons after taking down the banners which carried a message of Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut. The caption on the top read: Maha-Bharat A Step Forward.
"Aaj Jammu & Kashmir liya hai Kal Balochistan, PoK lenge. Mujhe vishwsas hai desh ka PM Akhand Hindustan ka sapna poora karenhe (Today we took Jammu and Kashmir, tomorrow we will take Balochistan and PoK. I am sure Prime Minister Modi will make the dream of undivided India come true)," said the message written on the banners.
Most of the banners were seen in the areas under the jurisdiction of Kohsar and Aabpara police stations.
Inspector General Islamabad Aamir Zulfiqar said safe city camera will be used to trace down the culprits who put up the banners.
A video also became viral showing a local person, who identified himself as Sajid, pointing out to the banners and wondering who was behind them.
"I wonder what we Pakistanis are doing…I think we are sleeping," he says in the video.(PTI)