MWM demands targeted military operation
04 January, 2014
KARACHI: Majlis Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM) observed Friday as a day of protest against the suicidal attack on Shia pilgrims in Quetta and targeted killings of Shias in Karachi.
Main protest demonstration was staged after Friday prayers outside Khoja Masjid where MWM's officials Asghar Abbas Zaidi, Mubashir Hassan and Nasir Hussaini spoke to the protestors. They demanded of the AIG Police Karachi Shahid Hayat to take practical steps immediately to ensure immediate arrest of terrorists belonging to ethnic and outlawed "Yazidi takfiri outfits".
They said that lip service was not an answer to the problem of terrorism. They cited that the terrorists involved in the targeted assassinations of MWM leaders Allama Deedar Ali Jalbani, Alam Hazara, Safdar Abbas and Ali Shah, have not been arrested so far. Hence, they urged the AIG police to ensure immediate arrest of killers.
The MWM's officials also criticised the PPP's inaction against terrorists involved in Shia genocide. They said that Sindh Chief Minister hails from Khairpur district and Yazidi takfiri terrorists are very much active in his home district where an MWM member was martyred on Thursday.
Condemning the suicide attack on Shia pilgrims in Quetta, the protestors demanded of the Federal and Baluchistan government to begin targeted military operations against terrorists. The demonstrators were chanting in favour of their demands and carrying banners and placards.