Biased Multan Police register FIR against Azadars (mourners) on fake blasphemy case

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 28 November 2012


azadari logoAn FIR was lodged against 150 unidentified and 72 nominated members (Azadars) of the Shia community on Sunday for fake blasphemy during a scuffle between the procession mourners (Azadars)

and Takfiri-Wahabi’s of residents which left at least 10 people injured.

Taking notice of the incident, District Police Officer Multan Rai Ijaz suspended Abdul Hakeem station house officer Zakir Gujjar for not taking action and ordered the police officials concerned to start an inquiry against him. The DPO appointed Inspector Mehar Saeed as the new SHO of Abdul Hakeem police station.

The FIR was registered by a member of banned terrorist of Sipah-e-Yazeed (Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and Sipah-e-Sahaba) Abdul Haadi Usman, a resident of Abdul Hakeem area Multan, he (Abdul Haadi) alleged that that mourners (Azadars) passing through the area threw stones at banners with the Prophet (pbuh)’s name inscribed on them.
Its pertaining to mention here that the Wahabi-Takfiri’s of Sipah-e-Sahaba and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi had been used the name of Holy Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) and his companions for their evil designs to provoke the common people.

Sipah-e-Yazeed member Abdul Haadi claimed they did this when they were stopped from passing through the area, which, he said, was not part of the traditional route plan for the ashura processions.

The biased Saudi-Wahabi funded has registered a FIR under Sections 295-A, 337-L2, 337-A1 and A2, 436, 427, 148 and 149 against the Azadars instead of registering the case against the Abdul Haadi and other Wahabi’s on stormed the Ashura procession.

Police said when the Ashura procession passed through Abdul Hakeem area some locals stopped the mourners saying that the area was not included in the traditional route plan. But the eye witnesses said that the Wahabi-terrorists had attacked the procession in the presence of Police when the procession was passing near the area.

Police claimed that this led to an argument between some mourners and the locals. The argument took a turn for worse when the mourners and the locals started pelting each other with stones.

They said the members of the local peace committee tried to resolve the issue, but to no avail. They said the residents of the area, most of them believed to be members of a banned organisation—Sipah-i-Sahaba, did not let the procession pass through the area.

At least 10 people were injured in the stone pelting. They were taken to a rural health centre, from where six of them were referred to Nishtar Hospital in Multan. Doctors at Nishtar Hospital said the condition of two of them was critical. Four of them with minor injuries were later discharged from the centre.

On the other hand, police say local leaders of the Shiite community have blamed Sipah-i-Sahaba for provoking the people.

Shiite leaders Fazal Shah and Ali Hussain Shah have denied the accusation. They said no one threw stones at the banners and demanded of the arrest of the Sipah-e-Yazeed (SSP) terrorists involved in the attack on Muharram procession.

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