Declaring CPEC as threat, Samiul Haq owns Taliban as his children

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Deobandi cleric and head of his own faction of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Samiul Haq has again declared notorious terrorist outfit Taliban as group of his children and declared China Pakistan Economic Corridor as a threat to their Deobandi version of Islam.

Urdu daily Express carried a news of his speech at Tahaffuz e Ulema wa Madaris Convention in Bahawalpur where he expressed these views.
Samiul Haq lambasted the PMLN government at the Centre and in Punjab for what he said roots of evils in the country and in Punjab. He also lashed out at the Punjab legislature for adopting women protection bill.
Deobandi cleric censured the PPP government and provincial legislature of Sindh for what he said adoption of the minorities rights bill that opposed the forces conversion of non-adult non-Muslims and forced marriages of non-Muslim girls with Muslims.
He said that Nawaz Sharif government had adopted several measures to turn Pakistan into a liberal state and it took steps which even the PPP government had not taken so far.
Backing the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba (ASWJ)’s Masroor Nawaz Jhangvi, Samiul Haq reiterated his version that those Taliban fighting in Afghanistan are his children and integral part of Deobandis.
It is relevant to add here that Pakistani state had treated many communities as traitors for making such statements. Baloch and Sindhi separatists are secular and liberal Taliban of Pakistan and they were declared traitors but no action has been taken against the proponents of sectarian Talibanisation of Pakistan. If any sort of action will be taken against Samiul Haq for making anti-CPEC statement?

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