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Shia leader urges Quetta residents to serve pilgrims of holy shrines

Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafari has appealed to the residents of Quetta to serve those Pakistani pilgrims (pilgrims) of holy shrines of Iran and Iraq who stay in Quetta before travelling to Taftan border with Iran.

 

Speaking to people at Friday prayers congregation in Quetta he assured that he would persuade the government officials to adopt a fair policy for Zaireen (pilgrims) by providing them security and treat them respectfully. 

He said that he would urge the government to arrange additional convoys during Moharram and Safar because of rush of the pilgrims during these two months.

“Zaireen (pilgrims) go to  a sacred visit as they visit the holy shrines of infallible Imams and their companions hence they should be treated humanely by the government and you alike,” he urged. 

Meanwhile, he led a delegation to meet members of the Balochistan Bar Council. He offered condolences to the lawyer fraternity on August 8 tragedy in which many lawyers was killed in a suicide bombing in Quetta.    

MWM’s MPS Agha Raza, Maik Iqrar Hussain, Agha Syed Hashim Mousavi, Abbas Ali, Allama Wilayat Hussain Jafari and Anwaar Naqvi accompanied him.

 

Shia leader urges Quetta residents to serve pilgrims of holy shrines

Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafari has appealed to the residents of Quetta to serve those Pakistani pilgrims (pilgrims) of holy shrines of Iran and Iraq who stay in Quetta before travelling to Taftan border with Iran.

Speaking to people at Friday prayers congregation in Quetta he assured that he would persuade the government officials to adopt a fair policy for Zaireen (pilgrims) by providing them security and treat them respectfully.

He said that he would urge the government to arrange additional convoys during Moharram and Safar because of rush of the pilgrims during these two months.

“Zaireen (pilgrims) go to  a sacred visit as they visit the holy shrines of infallible Imams and their companions hence they should be treated humanely by the government and you alike,” he urged.

Meanwhile, he led a delegation to meet members of the Balochistan Bar Council. He offered condolences to the lawyer fraternity on August 8 tragedy in which many lawyers was killed in a suicide bombing in Quetta.    

MWM’s MPS Agha Raza, Maik Iqrar Hussain, Agha Syed Hashim Mousavi, Abbas Ali, Allama Wilayat Hussain Jafari and Anwaar Naqvi accompanied him.

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