In solidarity with Allama Raja Nasir Abbas, scores took to the streets after Friday procession across Pakistan namely in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Sukkur, Lahore, Peshawar, Multan; protesting the on-going shia genocide and mayhem in the country.
Majlis-e-Wahdat-ul-Muslimeen (MWM) Chief Allama Raja Nasir Abbas resorted to hunger strike when all other ventures of protest failed. Shiites are oppressed from Karachi to Parachinar; lest it be at the hands of terrorist or Government itself, Allama Nasir claim.
MWM’s Allama Nasir hunger strike enters its 30th day (Today) with his demands same and character seamless. A number of political and religious organizations have come forth in the meantime pledging allegiance to his cause. The clerics assured MWM’s Chief their support, reverting to their areas and preaching the same.
The result is evident with rallies and protests across Pakistan against the governments arrogance and ignorance to the issue. Number of protestor demonstrated outside imambargahs and mosques around the country. Sindh, in particular, Larkana and Karachi witnessed large number of people taking to the streets in solidarity to Allama Raja Nasir Abbas.
These rallies were addressed by motivated religious scholars from varied sects, enlightening the audience of their rights and state’s involvement in terrorism.
They criticized Government’s National Action Plan, masses remain subjugated at the hands of the terrorists. The speakers expressed that though government claims to have identified the militants, yet the same terrorist have the audacity to roam the streets of Pakistan freely. They carnage freely on innocent people exploit them with hate speech, lulling them to their ideology or eliminating them otherwise.
The leaders of varied rallies are in consensus that proscribed organization cannot mask their ulterior motives to malign the sanctity of Pakistan rather to defend it. They all pledged support to MWM’s Allama Raja Nasir Abbas’ demands and said to be prepared for the ‘long March’ call due after Ramazan.