Karachi:- APC demands crackdown against banned outfits

JAP-A.P.CLeaders of political and religious parties have strongly condemned the twin-attack on Data Darbar, and demanded of the government to immediately arrest the culprits involved in Data Darabar blast and execute them. They have demanded the government to take stern action against  the ministers who are supporting terrorists of banned outfits, and start crack down against terrorists of outlawed organizations.

These demands were presented at an All Parties Conference (APC), held on Wednesday at Arts Council Karachi, organized by Jaffaria Alliance Pakistan (JAP) on the issues of “Attack on Data Darbar and practical efforts against target killing taking”. Jaffaria Alliance President Allama Abbas Kumaili, Provincial Minister Abdul Haseeb of MQM, ANP Sindh Chief Shahi Syed, PML-N Central leader Sardar Raheem, Jamaat-e-Islami Sindh Chief Asadullah Bhutto, PPP Sindh leader Waqar Mehdi, Sunni Tehreek Central leader Shahid Ghori, ANP Sindh Secretary Ameen Khattak, Chief Minister Advisor for religious affairs Mufti Ferozuddin Hazarvi, PPP Karachi President Najmi Alam, Shabir AbuTalib of JUP, Bostan Ali Hoti of PML-Q, Anwar Ahmed of PML-F, Dr Aamir Raza of PMA, MPA Raza Haider of MQM and others were addressed the APC.

The speakers of APC urged the Political parties to be united to foil the conspiracies of enemies of Pakistan and leave the politics of flags and wall-chalking. They urged the government to disconnect the diplomatic ties with the countries involved in the terrorism activities in Pakistan saying that there is no Sunni and Shia dispute in the country. They lambasted on the former military dictator General Ziaul Haq saying that he promoted the terrorism and Kalashnikov culture in Pakistan. However, terrorists were widened their network in the era of Pervez Musharraf.

They asked the government and Judiciary to inform the Pakistani people about the belongings of terrorists, saying that Pakistani people were suffering from terrorism from the last three decades. They alleged that some influential personalities in the government has supported the terrorists of outlawed organization and asked why does not the government take action against them?

“Sindh Government should give the license to every citizen for their protection from the terrorists as the Police have failed to protect the common people” they added. Why the government scared to hold the operation against the outlawed organizations as they openly working in the country on using new organizational names” they asked.

“Government should adopt concrete measures to protect the Shrines from the terrorists” APC also demanded. APC maintained that Mosques, Shrines and Imambargahs are the respectable places and those who attacked on these places were enemy of Islam and Pakistan. The APC further demanded of the government to immediately remove the incompetent police officials as Police has failed to arrest the terrorists. Terrorists must pay huge cost for their cowardly attack on Data Darbar, while America, Israel and India wants to destabilize Pakistan through destroy the unity of Pakistan people. In an adopted resolution, APC strongly condemned the twin-blast on holy Shrine of Data Darbar, which claims more than 40 lives and demanded of the government to arrest the terrorists forthwith. APC urged the Chief Justice of Pakistan to take suo-motto action against the target killing of innocent people, including Shia Muslims in Karachi, as he takes suo-motto on every issue. It was demanded in the meeting that the government must arrest the culprits involved in Nishtar Park, Aashura, Arbaeen and Data Darbar bomb blast incidents and exposed the culprit’s in-front of masses. APC urged the government to expose patrons of the terrorists from the ruling coalition, involved in the target killing of opponent sects and blast on holy shrines.

Government must uproot the network of outlawed terrorists’ organizations from the country and stop outlawed organizations to work on new names.


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