Liaquat Baloch meets Amin Shaheedi, discusses MYC agenda

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Published in Pakistan
Tuesday, 05 June 2012


shiitenews ameenshaheedi liJamaat-e-Islami’s secretary general Liaquat Baloch who has a position in recently restored Milli Yakjehti Council has met Amin Shaheedi, deputy secretary general of Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen at Majlis secretariat on Monday. MWM Punjab chapter’s deputy secretary general Allama Asghar Askari

was also present at the meeting.

They discussed overall situation of Pakistan, U.S. meddling into Pakistan’s internal affairs, challenges being faced by Muslim Ummah and political and religious conditions.

Allama Shaheedi welcomed the restoration of MYC and proposed that the MYC should work in a way that it could be made useful and helpful in establishing religious peace and unity among Muslims. He said that religious scholars’ efforts should bear fruit.

Liaquat Baloch said that under the dynamic leadership and guidance of Qazi Hussain Ahmed, Milli Yakjehti Council is a ray of hope for Muslim unity. He said that top priority of the MYC is to make Pakistan a welfare Islamic state in which all people should spend their lives according to their own creed and school of thought.

He said that a reconciliation commission and a commission of taqrib al mazahib, were being formed within the MYC. He said that noted scholars of all schools of thought would be included in those commissions and they would work for love and sanity and tolerance in the society.

Liaquat Baloch and Amin Shaheedi condemned the terrorism in Gilgit-Baltistan and other parts of the country. They said united efforts would be made from the platform of the MYC.

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