MWM is always against terrorism and Takfiriat. Agha Raza addressed the session of Balochistan Assembly.

14 November 2016

Wahdat News (Quetta) Central leader of Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen and member Balochistan Assembly Agha Raza addressed the session of Balochistan assembly. Agha Raza condemned the balance policy of Federal government and arrest of peaceful people across the country. 

Addressing to the assembly session, Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen's member Balochistan assembly Agha Raza said that Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen is always against terrorism and Takfiriat.. We are with all those institutions and personalities who are against terrorism. However, we have to say with regret that Government has adopted the bizarre balance policy, on the basis of which terrorists are nabbed and also our peaceful Ulema and important personalities are taken into custody by putting their name in Schedule IV. Important personalities are arrested and by handcuffing them they are presented in courts as criminals.
Agha Raza talking about the recent incidents of terrorism in Karachi, Agha Raza said that after retiring from senate and politics, Faisal Raza Abidi started to talk about the prosperity and development of Pakistan and CPEC project. He has been given punishment of this crime that his name has been put in schedule IV, those people who love this country, they are declared as terrorists in the country. Beside him, same conduct has been made with other peaceful Ulema. In Balochistan, even those people who have no link with such crimes are also included under Schedule IV.
Agha Raza said during his address to the assembly session that terrorists who create anarchy in the country are involve in incidents of terrorism. They openly promote Takfriirat and claim the reasonability of these attacks by making claims in in the newspapers by using the names of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Sippah Sahaba and others. Government is not taking any action against them, while it is adopting the policy of giving same treatment to killer and slain.


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