MWM demands targeted Operation against banned outfits in Karachi
Majlis-e-Wehdatul Muslimeen (MWM) Sindh Secretary General Maulana Mukhtar Imami on Friday demanded of the Federal and Provincial Governments to start ruthless crackdown against the terrorists of banned religious outfits in Karachi.
Addressing the protest demonstration held outside the local Mosque of Karachi including Hussaini Mosque Malir, Jamia Masjid Mustafa Abbas Town, Hyderi Mosque Organi and others MWM leaders Maulana Mukhtar Imami, Maulana Sadiq Taqvi, Maulana Munawar Naqvi, Hassan Hashmi and others condemned the ongoing genocide of Shiite Muslims in Karachi and attack on Shia Mosque / Imam Bargah Sajjadia Landhi Majeed Colony claims two lives of mourners.
They said that the ongoing operation of Law Enforcement agencies (Police and Rangers) had failed to control the rising incidents of target killing and unrest in the city including the Shia Genocide in the city adding that the government has politicized the targeted operation against the militants and terrorists in the city.
The MWM leaders informed that the more than 20 Shia leaders and elders were shot martyred by the armed militants of banned religious terrorist outfits in Karachi during the so-called targeted operation against the militants and terrorists.
They demanded the immediately crackdown against the militants and terrorists of American sponsored religious outfits involved in the genocide of Shiite Muslims and warned that the Shiite Community of the province would not tolerate the criminal silence of Sindh government on Shia genocide.
“it’s the need of hour that the Rangers and Police will eliminate the nexus of Taliban and other religious terrorists outfit from the metropolis” they emphasized and underlined the need to provide the security to Shia Mosque, ImamBargahs and personalities to avoid situation like Sajjadia Mosque attack.
The protestor in the demonstration chanted the slogans against incompetent Federal and Sindh Governments and demanded the crackdown against militants of Taliban and banned religious outfits in Karachi and Interior Sindh.
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