Deobandi bombers sentenced to 14 years imprisonment for university blast

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 19 March 2015

An anti-terrorism court in Karachi sentenced two Deobandi bombers for their involvement in a 2010 bomb attack at the stand Imamia Students Organization’s in the premises of Karachi University to 14 years imprisonment.

The ATC, which conducted the trial in Karachi's Central Jail, had earlier reserved its verdict over the case.


A case had been registered against Umair aka Chota and Hafeezullah for planting a bomb in Karachi University on December 28, 2010 which exploded wounding at least four students. The court found both the Deobandi accused guilty and sentenced them to 14 years imprisonment each.

It is relevant to add here that Wahhabis-allied Deobandis are involved in terrorist attacks in all over Pakistan. They have virtually imposed a war on Pakistan and Pakistani nation due to their fixed match with their foreign masters for who they served as proxy in Pakistan.

Even Jamaat-e-Islami's student-wing Islami Jamiat Talba (IJT) remains involved in terrorist activities and sentencing of these 2 IJT activists is another proof that takfiri Deobandis and Salafi-Wahhabi takfiris have infiltrated the IJT since long and takfiri ideology is 180 degree reversal from the position of Syed Abul Aala Moudoodi, founder of Jamaat-e-Islami, himself a Deobandi scholar. He never declared other Muslims as non-Muslims but he condemned the dynastic Umayyad and Abbasid rules and termed them despotic and tyrant monarchy.

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