Justice of Tehreek e Insaaf- Union with banned terrorist organization

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 13 August 2015

The politics of Tehreek e Insaaf is beyond comprehension. On one hand, it is against the MQM in Karachi and on the other hand they make a bond with the banned terrorist organization (Ahl e Sunnat wal Jama’at) that is responsible for killing more than 8,000 Pakistanis. They are the ones who call Pak Army, Shia Muslims and Sunni Barelvis as Kaafirs and Mushriks and openly commit terrorist acts. This is sheer dissimulation that Tehree e Insaaf is thanking these terrorists, uniting with them. What kind of National Plan is this?

Imran Khan and his party that has always had a soft corner for Taliban and has always tried to justify their barbaric and ferocious acts is now busy in making a political union with them. It feels that Imran Khan and his party are trying to make the military operation against these Taliban a failure and hence they are trying to make them politically strong by unifying with them.

In the past, Imran khan and the Press Secretary of his party Shireen Mazari had criticized Muslim League (N) for uniting with the banned terrorist organizations Sipah e Sahaba, Lashkar e Jhangvi and Ahl e Sunnat wal Jama’at. Imran khan, himself, has condemned Laskar e Jhangvi after Hazara Town blasts but now unifying with the same Lashkar e Jhangvi Ahl e Sunnat wal Jama’at is nothing but dissimulation. If the promise of change that Imran Khan made is making a bond with the banned terrorist organization, then spare the people of Pakistan from this change.

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