KOHAT, Sept 25: Workers of hydro electric union of Wapda and students held separate rallies to condemn the blasphemous film here on Tuesday.

The divisional president of Wapda hydro electric union Younis Khan condemned the film and asked the government to stop Nato supply to Afghanistan.

The protesters marched from Wapda office to Martyrs’ Square where they burnt the flags of US and Israel.

Mr Younis said the west was continuously hurting the religious sentiments of Muslims and asked for death sentence to the blasphemer to prevent such incidents in future. —Correspondent 

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