Pakistan

Outlawed Sipah-eSahaba & three deobandi parties form electoral alliance

deni mahaz The outlawed banned terrorist outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba (SSP) known as AhleSunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ), and three other Taliban supporter Wahabi-deobandi and Safli religious parties, including the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Sami (JUI-S), Jamiat-e-AhleHadith, and Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (Sawad-e-Azam) have formed an electoral alliance, namely the Muttahida Deeni Muhaaz (MDM). The alliance of Wahabi-Deobandi parties has decided to field 130 candidates from across the country to contest the upcoming elections for National Assembly consituencies. “We have decided, with consensus, to get seat adjustment with any other parties that share our manifesto to make Pakistan as Wahabi-Taliban state,” said the chief of JUI-S, Maulana Samiul Haq, who is also the chairman of MDM. “The MDM alliance aims for the establishment of the true Islamic-Wahabi sort of Government like Taliban in Pakistan and implementation of Shariah in the country that was created in the name of Islam,” he said. The JUI-S chief, patron of outlawed Taliban terrorist, further said that, if elected, the alliance would eliminate all laws contrary to Islamic laws besides implementing the recommendations of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII). “The president, prime minister, chief justice, senate chairman, national assembly speaker, all forces’ chiefs, provincial governors, chief ministers and heads of intelligence agencies will have to be male Sunni-Deobandi Muslim,” he added. Furthermore, co-education would be banned and religious seminaries would be further developed. “All education facilities will be equally available to every citizen without class difference. The children of labourers and farmers will be given free education,” said Haq. He said the MDM aims to take Pakistan out of the influence the US. “We will stop drone attacks besides blocking Pakistan’s logistic support to Nato and its allies,” said Haq. The MDM government would provide complete moral support to Taliban in Afghanistan and people of Kashmir in their independence movement, the Muhaaz chief added.

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