Sit in protest across Pakistan due to inaction against Narowal police announced.
Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM) Pakistan leaders made this announcement at a press conference in Lahore.
Sit in protest across Pakistan due to inaction
MWM Pakistan deputy secretary general Allama Syed Ahmed Iqbal Rizvi said that if due action is not taken against brutal action of Narowal Police, they might announce countrywide sit-in protest.
Allama Syed Mubarak Mousavi and Allama Abdul Khaliq Asadi also accompanied Allama Ahmed Iqbal.
He also condemned unjustifiable FIRs and witchhunt against peaceful Shia mourners.
MWM leader lamented that the government and police launched crackdown on Shia Muslims when they performed their religious rituals during Chehlum anniversary
He particularly demanded due action against Narowal District Police Officer, Narowal City SHO and other cops involved in atrocious action against women and children
He said their action remained identical with that Indian police perpetrate in occupied Kashmir.
Allama Ahmed Iqbal demanded Punjab police and police of other provinces to nullify all cases which they registered against Shia mourners.
Earlier, MWM women wing members met victims of Narowal police torture on the directive of MPA Syeda Zahra Naqvi.
Arfa Abbas-led delegation visited Gulistan-e-Zahra Imam Bargah in Narowal, where they met the affected women.
MWM women wing secretary information Arfa Abbas condemned brutal police action against innocent Shia women in Narowal city.
She said that MPA Syed Zahra Naqvi has sent message of solidarity and support for them.
They presented books and scarfs among children and women.
Victims of police torture thanked the Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM) delegation for their visit and support.
MPA Zahra Naqvi submited calling attention notice at PA on Narowal tragedy.
Therein she mentioned the rogue elements of Narowal City Police tortured Shia women and children severely.
Member of Punjab Assembly Syeda Zahra Naqvi condemned biased SHO Taseer Riaz Cheema of Narowal City Police.