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A similar case has now happened in Pakistan amid the heated case against the Prophet in India. Violent demonstrations and vandalism took place in Karachi’s Star City Mall over blasphemy. There was an outcry against the alleged blasphemy by South Korean company Samsung.
27 Samsung Pakistan employees have been detained for remarks against Prophet. The company issued a statement apologizing. South Korean company Samsung has said in a statement that it maintains neutrality in religious matters. He has started an internal inquiry into the matter.
Let us tell you that on Friday, a blasphemous remark was allegedly made in a WiFi device installed in Karachi’s Star City Mall. The news spread like wildfire in Karachi and furious protesters gathered in the mall. They staged violent protests. Pakistani journalist Naila Inayat has shared the video on Twitter about the protest in the mall. watch video-
Protest against alleged blasphemy of a WiFi device in Karachi. Mob gathered after a WiFi device installed in Star City Mall, allegedly posted blasphemous comments. Protesters vandalised Samsung billboards accusing the company of blasphemy. Police detained 27 Samsung employees. pic.twitter.com/3R8UYbScqa
— Naila Inayat (@nailainayat) July 1, 2022
Comment against Prophet in QR code
It is also being said about this incident that people were upset with the disrespect of the Prophet in the mobile QR code issued by the company. On receiving information about the disturbance, Karachi Police reached the spot and confiscated the disputed WiFi device. 27 Samsung employees have been detained in the case. Further investigation is on in the matter.
The miscreants were TLP workers
Media reports said that who the attackers were is not officially known, but it is believed that they are associated with the terrorist organization Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP). Blasphemy or blasphemy of Prophet Muhammad is a very sensitive matter in Pakistan. Under the laws of the country, there is a provision to hang a person convicted of blasphemy. In one such case, the manager of a factory in Sri Lanka was lynched to death by a mob in Sialkot.