May 04, 2017
ISLAMABAD - Sabir Nazar, editorial cartoonist for The Express Tribune and The Friday Times, Thursday complained that Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) used his caricatures of the Punjab chief minister and the prime minister in its campaign in Lahore.
The PPP has launched a campaign against the PML-N government, setting up a protest camp in Nasir Bagh, Lahore.
In a tweet Nazar posted his caricatures as plastered on billboards, terming it a “copyrights violation.” He added that the caricatures were originally made for monthly magazine Herald.
“PPP using my caricature for @HeraldPakistan for their campaign in Lahore...copyrights violation.”
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