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Posters Begging For Military Coup Raise Alarms In Pakistan
Posters begging Pakistan’s army chief Raheel Sharif to launch a coup have appeared in major cities of Pakistan, raising alarms in the country that has been ruled by military dictators.

Posters begging Pakistan’s army chief Raheel Sharif to launch a coup have appeared in major cities of Pakistan, raising alarms in the country that has been ruled by military dictators.

The posters that appeared in all major cities including Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi and Rawalpindi as well as some cantonment were placed by a political-party “Move on Pakistan” urged the Pak army general to act.

“Talk of leaving has become old, for God’s sake come now,” the posters said while citing a reference to Sharif’s decision to step down at the end of his tenure this year.

The posters displays a large image of the Pak army chief on a green background.

There was no immediate reaction to the posters from the Pak military or the government.

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