MWM chief asks army to launch operation against terrorists
Islamabad, March 8, IRNA -- Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafari, secretary general of the Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen has asked the army chief to grant permission for army operation to nab terrorists responsible for killings of Shias in Pakistan.
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تاریخ خبر: 08/50/2013 - 21:50
He also demanded of the government to begin the work on rehabilitation of the affectees of Abbas Town Tragedy within 48 hours.
“Reconstruction and repairing of the damaged flats of the victims of Abbas Town tragedy must be started within next 48 hours,” he demanded speaking at a press conference at Imam Bargah Ali Reza (AS) in Karachi.
The MWM’s chief also demanded that the compensatory amounts should be given to the heirs and relatives of the martyrs and to the injured victims at the earliest. He pressed the government to provide required treatment to the injured at the government expenses till their recuperation.
“We reiterate our legitimate demand that a countrywide targeted operation be launched to eliminate the terrorists,” he urged.
He lashed out at the political parties for trying to use Abbas Town tragedy for their political mileage. He said that they used media coverage to hoodwink people by exaggerating their role for relief of the victims. He categorically said that Shia religious parties including his MWM were leading the relief activities.
“We don’t need crocodile’s tears of demagogues. They all including the government have failed to thwart terrorism. Our allied Sunni leaders have expressed solidarity with us and we together will expose allies of terrorists in the political parties,” he vowed.
He made clear that Sunni brothers too fell victims to terrorism in Abbas Town Tragedy. He expressed condolence for Sunni martyrs with the heirs, relatives and Sunni religious scholars.
He condemned the alliance with terrorists of a political party in Punjab province and urged the Pakistan’s polity to reject the alliance and adjustments with the takfiri terrorists.
Allama Nasir Abbas Jafri appreciated the role of print and electronic media saying that they too sacrificed their lives alongside Shia Muslims.
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