Notorious terrorist Malik Ishaq gets ultimatum from his party leadership

ludhyanvi ishaqBanned terrorist group Sipah-e-Sahaba has given an ultimatum to its notorious terrorist Malik Ishaq to return funds he has collected in the name of the group, an Urdu daily Ummat has reported.
Takfiri terrorist Malik Ishaq has been asked to express confidence in the leadership and return funds within two weeks otherwise action will be taken against him.
This decision was made at a meeting of the central leaders of the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba (renamed as Ahl-e-Sunnat wal Jamaat) that was held in Jhang in the last week of August. The terror group has formed a three-members committee to contact Malik Ishaq in this regard. Khalifa Abdul Qayyoom, Paryal Shah and Aurangzeb Farooqi are appointed as committee members.
All 12 members of the working committee of the outlawed group and four provincial chapters’ presidents attended the meeting.
Malik Ishaq group runs parallel to central leadership. The group has collected and extorted money after appointing convenors in Punjab during the month of Ramzan. From one of the tehsils of Punjab province’s southern part, Rs.800,000 target was set to be collected.
The group had called a meeting for reorganization of the party structure in Lahore on August 24. But, the scheduled meeting was postponed because Malik Ishaq had been in Saudi Arabia.  
Outlawed terrorist group Sipah-e-Sahaba’s leaders were divided on the issue of Malik Ishaq. Some proposed a soft response and some demanded his ouster from the party. Some asked to give him notice and time to return funds.
It was decided that three-member committee will meet him within two weeks on his return from Saudi Arabia. The committee will demand that he must bury all differences and accept the post of vice president to end the differences. After that the group will decide what to do.
Malik Ishaq group of terrorists were not satisfied with the decision saying it was a unilateral decision. They said that their group should also have been heard. They called it a malafide intention of the outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba. Malik group will decided its course of action on his return from Saudi Arabia,
They said that the Sipah-e-Sahaba had deviated from its real path and there were complaints against some officials of the banned party.
The Jhang meeting of the central leadership was scheduled but its agenda and proceedings were being kept secret. The guards of the leaders were not allowed to attend the meeting. Malik Ishaq group claims that guards and trained members express confidence in Malik Ishaq therefore they were kept away from that meeting. Mobile phones of the participants of the meeting were also taken away. They feared that decision could be conveyed through SMS.
Reports had it that a high police official in Lahore and a cell of federal interior ministry Islamabad was keeping strict vigilance on the meeting held in Jhang.
Outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba’s leaders were disappointed over a soft reaction to Malik Ishaq group in Jhang meeting. However, many believe that the group was active and effective in Punjab alone. The group has little influence in other province, according to daily Ummat report.    


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