FAISALABAD (ENNS) Police have registered a case against two nurses of the District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital Faisalabad on the charge of committing blasphemy.
Scores of hospital employees staged a protest demonstration against the two nurses while alleging that both committed blasphemy by removing a sticker with sacred inscription from a cupboard.
Some of the unruly agitators attacked the police van parked inside the hospital to get custody of one of the nurses but the police locked her inside the van to keep her safe from the the protesters.
Anti-riot police and Elite Force tackled the situation and a team led by Civil Lines DSP Rana Attaur Rehman after hectic struggle succeeded to move her from the hospital premises.
Among the protesters were clerics who demanded action against the prime suspect.