Pakistani rulers patronising terrorist outfits: MWM says national action plan farce

HYDERABAD: Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen has alleged that Pakistani rulers were patronizing the banned terrorist outfits and was not only a party with them but was supporting them with official resources.

Addressing news conference here Tuesday MWM leaders Allama Mukhtar Imami, Allama Maqsood Ali Domki and others said their chief Allama Nasir Abbas Jafri was on hunger strike in front of Islamabad press club since last 61 days against terrorism, lawlessness and corruption.

All religious and political parties were supporting in principles demands of MWM, but the cold attitude of the federal government was a humiliation to them. They said, on one hand, the government was boasting of claims to have broken the backbone of terrorists but in reality, government institutions were patronizing terrorists. They said a collection of Bhatta for Jehad in Karachi during the month of Ramadan has made NAP a suspicious. They said religious terrorists were trying to destabilize the country. They also slated rulers of victimization against patriotic Pakistanis, especially Shias.

They said Army chief claimed to have broken network of terrorists but added that if that was true why were terrorist sill killing people. MWM leaders condemned the donation of Rs.300 millions to Madrassah Haqania, which they said was breeding ground of Taliban. They slated Rana Sanaullah, who was standing with those raising slogans of Shia Kaffir.

MWM announced to launch a movement against terrorists from 17 July and women Dharna on 21 and 22 July against the genocide of Shias in Pakistan.

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