Lack of arrest of killers of Malik Alamdar put question mark on LEAs: Allama Asadi

Lack of arrest of killers of Malik Alamdar put question mark on LEAs, said Allama Abdul Khaliq Asadi, secretary general Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM) Punjab chapter.

While addressing a press conference in Helan Mandi Bahauddin, he said that lack of arrest of martyr Malik Alamdar Hussain pose a big question mark on performance of law enforcement agencies (LEAs).

Lack of arrest of killers of Malik Alamdar

He said they would not tolerate delaying tactics. He ruled out the propaganda of sectarianism in Pakistan, saying terrorists have imposed terrorism on Pakistan under a conspiracy.

Furthermore, he made pledge that MWM would not countenance any conspiracy against Pakistan to succeed. However, he urged the security agencies they need to counter enemies’ conspiracies and threats diligently.

MWM leader said that Sunni and Shia Muslims jointly struggled and Pakistan came into being due to that unity and cohesion.

Now, he said both should remain united to save Pakistan and foil nefarious designs of enemies of Pakistan.

MWM asks DPO Mandi Bahauddin to ensure arrest of killers of Malik Alamdar Hussain whom terrorists had shot martyred on 24th Moharram.

Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen Punjab chapter secretary general Allama Abdul Khaliq Asadi made this demand.

He urged District Police Officer (DPO) Mandi Bahauddin and other security agencies that they need to take action in this regard immediately.

He said they need to take heirs of the martyr Shia Muslim notable Malik Alamdar Hussain into confidence on the investigation.

Furthermore, Allama Abdul Khaliq said that police and security agencies played good role against other criminals but this particular case also need similar sort of attention.

He said that locals had lodged complaints and informed the administration on threats, repeatedly, since the beginning of Moharram.

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