Scores of small posters inscribed with slogans against Pakistan Army and its chief were found pasted in and around F-8 Markaz by banned outfit Hizbut Tahrir Wilayah, police said on Tuesday.

The Margalla police SHO Inspector Arshad Ali Abro confirmed the activity and said a case had been registered against the organisation and its activists under Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA).

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