Meena Majeed Baloch, a civil society activist talking to media outside the Quetta Press Club. Photo grabbed from a video on social media

Staff Reporter:

QUETTA: In a fervent display of patriotism, members of the civil society in Quetta gathered outside the Quetta Press Club to vehemently protest against Adil Raja, a social media activist currently facing corruption charges and engaged in anti-Pakistani propaganda. Meena Majeed Baloch, Allauddin Kakar and others participated in the protest demonstration.

The demonstrators, who organized the protest under the banner of national unity, expressed their unwavering commitment to Pakistan and its institutions. According to sources, Adil Raja is believed to be evading authorities on corruption charges and has been accused of collaborating with the land mafia in the country.

Speakers at the event highlighted their concern over Raja’s alleged involvement in activities contrary to the interests of Pakistan, accusing him of orchestrating anti-Pakistani propaganda in alignment with an Indian script.

“We have faith in our country and forces, and we will not allow any external interference in our national affairs,” declared a representative of the civil society. “If anyone dares to cast a lecherous eye on Pakistan, rest assured, they will receive a resolute response.”

Protesters raised spirited slogans in support of Pakistan, its armed forces, and against India, branding Adil Raja as an alleged agent of the neighboring country. The demonstration reached its climax with the symbolic burning of an effigy representing Adil Raja.

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