MWM condemns FC state terrorism in Kurram Agency

Majlis-e-Wehdatul Muslimeen (MWM) Pakistan on Wednesday strongly condemned the state terrorism of Frontier Constabulary (FC) and Kurram Agency political administration which claimed the lives of four Shiite Muslims in Parachinar Kurram Agency.

Addressing the hurriedly called press conference at Islamabad, MWM Deputy Secretary General Maulana Ahmed Iqbal demanded of the Chief Of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif , Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and Corp Commander Peshawar to take immediate action against the culprits involved in the killing of peaceful residents of Kurram Agency.

He alleged that the FC personnel opened the fire on the order of biased assistant political agent Shahid Ali who imposed the ban on the entrance of the speakers and poets in the Milad-e-Imam Hussain (as) program to be held on Parachinar Kurram Agency on Wednesday night to celebrate the auspicious eve of the birth anniversary of Imam Hussain (as).

He claimed that some invisible force wanted to sabotage the peaceful environment of the patriotic Kurram Agency on the directives of their foreign masters and demanded of the registration of FIR against Political Agent Ikramulla, Assistant Political Agent Shahid Ali and FC personnel.

Maulana Ahmed Iqbal demanded of the Army and Government to end the discrimination with the patriotic people of Kurram Agency Parachinar who always standing with Pakistan and not allowed the Taliban terrorists to use their soil against their beloved Army and forces.

He condemned the recent spate of Shia-Genocide in Pakistan adding that more than 9 Shiite Muslims were shot martyred in last 6 days in Karachi, D.I.Khan and Now in Kurram Agency.

He announced the Protest Day on 13th Of May across Pakistan against the recent spate of Shia professionals and notables killings and demanded of the Pakistani nation to join these protest and raise the voice against terrorists


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