Rally condemns Karachi killings, and demands Cheif Justice to take suo motu action on killings of Shia Muslims

shiite-11-300x210 Thousands of activists of Imamia Students Organisation (ISO) and Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM) on Sunday staged a massive rally to condemn killings of innocent mourners (Azadar’s) in Karachi and Muzaffarabad on holy procession of Muharram and Arbaeen Imam Hussain (AS). The enraged protestors holding banners inscribed the anti-US and Israel slogans, carrying placards and flags of ISO, the participants of the rally chanted slogans against miscreants and subversive elements for nefarious activities against innocent citizens. The participants condemned the target-killing of Shiites and bombings of their processions and slated the government for not taking any action to curb barbaric incidents occurring at regular intervals. According to the Correspondent of Shiite News, The rally started from Karbala Gaamay Shah and ended on The Mall in front of the Punjab Assembly building. Addressing the protest rally to condemn the killing of shia Muslims,leaders of MWM and ISO Maulana Mazhar Kazmi, Maulana Ameen Shaheedi, Maulana Shahid Naqvi and Nasir Abas Sherazi demanded the government to constitute a judicial commission to conduct a probe into Karachi bomb blasts. They appealed to the Chief Justice of Pakistan to take suo motu notice of the Karachi carnage. Earlier, the Chelum and Soyam of martyrs of Karachi five bomb blast incidents and Muzaffarabad was held at Karbala Gaamay Shah. The participants condemned the failure of the concerned departments in protecting the life of citizens. Meanwhile, various resolutions were also passed to express solidarity with the terror victims and the participants also pledged to continue the mission of the martyrs against forces of evil. The participants condemning the ongoing wave of terrorism in the country and loss of innocent lives, and expressing concern at the activities of notorious Blackwater and other foreign militant agencies.


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