Karachi: Another case has come to light in Pakistan when the issue of remarks against Prophet Muhammad has heated up in India. Violent protests and vandalism at the Star City Mall in Karachi led to vandalism. Protests erupted over alleged defamation by South Korean company Samsung. Samsung has arrested 27 Pakistani employees for making comments against the Prophet Mohammad. The company has issued a statement apologizing. South Korean company Samsung said in a statement that it maintains neutrality in religious matters. He has launched an internal investigation into the matter.
Comment against the Prophet Muhammad in the QR Code
The alleged offensive remarks were made in a WiFi device installed at Karachi’s Star City Mall. The news spread like wildfire in Karachi and outraged protesters gathered in the mall and staged violent protests. It is also being said about the incident that people were offended by the disrespect of the Prophet in the mobile QR code issued by the company. Upon receiving the information, Karachi police rushed to the spot and seized the disputed WiFi device. Samsung’s 27 employees have been detained in the case. The matter is being further investigated.
The attackers were TLP activists
Media reports said it was not officially known who the attackers were, but they are believed to be linked to the terrorist organization Tehreek-e-Labaq Pakistan (TLP). Blasphemy or blasphemy of Prophet Mohammad is a very sensitive issue in Pakistan. The law of the land provides for the execution of a person convicted of blasphemy. In one such case, the manager of a factory in Sri Lanka was beaten by a mob in Sialkot.
In India, too, there were protests against the Prophet Muhammad
Earlier, Bharatiya Janata Party spokesperson in India Nupur Sharma was shocked when she made a statement against the Prophet Mohammad. Violence erupted with protests in several places in the country. However, the Supreme Court has since ordered Nupur Sharma to apologize to the country.