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Commissioner Karachi and Sindh Government’s connections with banned organizations are threats to peace: Syed Raza Naqvi

Commissioner Karachi and Sindh Government’s connections with banned organizations are threats to peace: Syed Raza Naqvi

“We strongly condemn city government’s invitation to leaders of banned organizations. Commissioner Karachi and Sindh government’s connections with banned organizations are threats to peace. It was a violation of NAP and Operation Zarb e Azb to invite the banned organization in the meeting called by the Commissioner. Government should spread Operation Zarb e Azb all over the country. Several cases have been filed in Karachi against the banned organization for murdering both Shias and Sunnis and we demand that the organization working by changing the name, should be completely banned”. These thoughts were expressed by the Deputy Secretary General Syed Raza Naqvi ( @srnaqavi ) of MWM in his condemning statement issued from the Wahdat House. He said “Inviting the leader of banned organization in the meeting held by Commissioner of Karachi was a scheme to destroy the city’s peace during Muharram ul Haram. If government is willing to establish peace in the city then it should take action against the banned organization involved in killings of thousands of innocent people. This was the reason that MWM and ISO boycotted the meeting before the address of banned organization’s leader”.

“The decision to boycott the meeting was taken due to presence of the leader of banned organization in the important meeting upon invitation of Commissioner Karachi which shows Sindh government’s association with banned terrorist organizations. Commissioner Karachi and Sindh government will be responsible for any untoward incident in mourning congregations and processions. Despite receiving intelligence reports for possible terrorist acts Sindh Government is not taking any action against terrorist groups, which is reprehensible”, he added.  

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