PPP leader Rehman Malik meets Allama Raja Nasir in Hunger Strike Camp

Former Interior Minister and Central leader of Pakistan Peoples Party Senator Rehman Malik visited the hunger strike camp of Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen (MWM) Secretary General Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jaffri.

Addressing a press conference on this occasion, Rehman Malik said that government has to strengthen its laws concerning target killing. Atmosphere of Shia and Sunni fraternity is prevailing in Pakistan. Some external forces are busy in creating unrest in Pakistan through sectarianism and India is playing vicious role in it. He said that he would write a letter to Prime minister in which he will demand formation of a strong and empowered judicial commission. Addressing the leaders of Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen, he said that they should finalize the TORs in this regard. Pakistan Peoples Party has always favored the oppressed people. I always openly talk against terrorist parties including Lashkar e Jhangvi. Pakistan Peoples Party will always stand along with you.

Allama Nasir Abbas thanked Rehman Malik for his visit and said that our protest is against oppression. Any person whether he was killed in church, or in temple or martyred in the procession of Millad or Darbar is a killing of humanity and it hurts us. By promoting Zia’s ideology, attempts are being made to promote extremism. By making demographic changes, attempts are being made to impose extremists on us. Unless ISIS mindset is not defeated, beloved homeland cannot be declared as Quaid and Iqbal’s Pakistan. Same ideology has snatched Benazir Bhutto and other members of her family.

He said that earlier we are only suffering from simple terrorism but now we are also the victim of state excesses. Earlier extremist forces made attempts to confine Azadari and now state institutions have become their partner.

Head of MWM make it clear that our protest will continue until Federal government does not accept the demands of Millat Tashayyu.


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