A delegation of Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen led by Sindh chapter secretary general Allama Maqsood Domki called on Sindh Governor Imran Ismail at the Governor House where they informed him about grievances of Shia Muslims, particularly targeted killings and enforced disappearance of innocent Shiites.
The MWM Sindh political affairs secretary Ali Hussain Naqvi, Allama Sadiq Jafari, Allama Mubashir, Mir Taqi Zafar, Riaz Hussain and other officials of the party included in the delegation.
They said that families of those subjected to enforced disappearance were suffering because of undeclared and illegal detention of their bread-earners. They said that terrorists involved in bombings and targeted murders have not yet been arrested.
The MWM delegates urged Sindh Governor to play due role in addressing the grievances shared with him by the delegation. They demanded that agreements which the government had signed with the heirs of victims of Jacobabad and Shikarpur bombings should be implemented forthwith. They demanded that security to their scholars and leaders should be restored.
Sindh Governor assured them he would play his role to sort out said problems. He said Shia Muslims rendered matchless sacrifices for the sake of the country. He said he values positive and constructive role of MWM in country’s politics in high esteem.