Shah Jahan cut off the hands of those who built the Taj Mahal, but their legs were cut off here.

An FIR has been lodged against unknown assailants for damaging a statue erected for renovation in Bannu District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan.

On Saturday night, unidentified persons cut off the front legs of a horse and a leg of a horseman from a statue of a horse and a rider within the limits of Basiya Khel police station in Bannu.
Speaking to Urdu News in this regard, local journalist Ehsanullah Khattak said, “About a year and a half ago, this statue was erected under the supervision of Tehsil Municipal Administration. The statue reflects the hard work and old traditions of the local people.
"There are a lot of thefts here, people are robbed in the morning and evening," he said. Police is engaged in controlling unrest and to restore peace and peace, but they are not successful. '
According to Tehsil Municipal Officer Almar Khan, “along the Kurram River, which is the entrance to the city of Bannu, a portion of the land has been made green and this statue has been erected for its beauty. But last night some miscreants took some parts from this statue. An FIR has been registered against unknown persons. Repairs to the statue have begun.
Police have launched an investigation into those who damaged the statue. In this regard, Arshadullah, SHO, Basiya Khel Police Station, Bannu District, told Urdu News that an FIR has been registered against unknown persons for damaging the statue.
"Top officials have taken stern action on the incident and action has been initiated in this regard and the culprits will be reached soon," he said.
According to SHO Arshadullah, apparently the people involved in the incident seem to be addicted to drugs. CCTV footage has also been taken from around the statue.
Reaction on social media
On the other hand, satire and comments on the incident continue on social media.
A user named Aamir wrote that "the effects of high inflation and unemployment have started to come. Someone has cut off the feet of a beautiful statue erected on the Bannu Karam Bridge."

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