ASWJ cheated Islamabad administration for takfiri gathering?

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Saturday, 04 February 2017

Pakistan’s interior ministry has submitted a comprehensive reply with the Supreme Court regarding the judicial commission inquiry report on Quetta terrorism incidents, yesterday, in which it clarified that banned terror outfit ASWJ was not issued any permission to hold public meeting in Islamabad last year but a local cleric was issued the NOC for it. This response too gives birth to another question: what sort of action has so far been taken against that local cleric for seeking permission on behalf of banned terrorist outfit ASWJ?

On Jan 19, the court had allowed the ministry to submit its objections to the report on the Quetta terrorism incidents after the inquiry commission comprising Justice Qazi Faez Isa had specifically deplored an Oct 21, 2016 meeting that Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan had had with M Ahmed Ludhianvi, who heads three banned Deobandi terrorist organisations — Sipah-i-Sahaba Pakistan, Millat-i-Islamia and Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ). The meeting in the Punjab House, located in Islamabad’s Red Zone, was held to hear the latter’s demands.
Referring to the ASWJ rally held at the Hockey Ground in G-6 Aabpara on Oct 28, 2016 the report explained that granting permission or issuing a no-objection certificate to hold such rallies at public places fell within the domain of the ICT (Islamabad Capital Territory) administration and not the ministry.
Upon inquiry, the chief commissioner ICT said that the ASWJ had neither applied for the NOC nor had it been granted any, though an NOC for a rally was issued to Mohammad Tayyab Haidri, a local (Deobandi) religious leader, to pay homage to the ‘martyrs’ and express solidarity with the cause of the people of Kashmir and Palestine.
The chief commissioner pointed out that Deobandi cleric Haidri had submitted an affidavit which said he would comply with all the terms and conditions of the NOC. Conferences such as one titled Difa-i-Pakistan-wa-Istehkam-i-Pakistan are held almost every year in Islamabad since 2010, under permission of the ICT administration.
That means he cheated the administration hence stern action was needed against him to represent a banned outfit for which he held the public meeting where provocative hate-speeches were made. But, no action was taken so far!

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