Hunger Strike of Allama Raja Nasir enters on 25th Day against Shia-Genocide

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Monday, 06 June 2016

The Hunger Strike of Majlis-e-Wehdatul Muslimeen (MWM) Secretary General Allama Raja Nasir Abbas on Monday entered on 25th Day against the inaction of Government and Law Enforcement Agencies on Shia-Genocide, unabated killings of Shiite Muslims in Pakistan and the plot to divide Pakistan on sectarian ground.

Allama Raja Nasir , who is a cardiac and diabetic patient , sitting on Hunger Strike at Islamabad from 13th Of May demanding the implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP) according to its spirit and justice for the 80,000 martyrs of Pakistan sacrificed their lives in Takfiri terrorists.
Large number of people from different walks of life including civil society members , Journalists , elders and clerics of Kohat district met with Allama Raja Nasir Abbas at Hunger Strike camp to express solidarity with the Shiite leader who is struggling for the Jinnah’s Pakistan amid life threats and insecurity.

The senior cleric Maulana Hassan Zafar Naqvi, Maulana Iqbal Behishti, MWM Deputy Secretary General Maulana Ahmed Iqbal Rizvi, and other cleric and notables accompanied Allama Raja Nasir in the Hunger Strike beside the MWM Youth’s.

Its pertaining to mention here that Allama Raja Nasir Abbas along with other 24 Shiite organizations have announced the countrywide LONG MARCH against the Nawaz Regime after the holy Month of Ramadan.

They urged the Pakistani nation to prepare themselves for the historical long march against the regime which is not ready to take action against the killers of 80,000 Pakistani’s.

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