Allama Imami criticizes PM Nawaz for not inviting Shia parties at law and order meeting

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 15 May 2014

mukhtar-imami-3Allama Mukhtar Imami, secretary general, Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM) has criticized the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for not inviting the Shia parties at the meeting he presided over in Karachi to discuss course of action to maintain law and order in Sindh and in particular in Karachi.

“Shia Muslims were victimized the most. Yazidi takfiri terrorists continue genocide against Shiites but representative parties of the most affected victims of terrorists and target killers were ignored at law and order meeting,” Allama Imami said speaking to the MWM’s members at Wahdat House.

He said that Pakistani nation rightly observed black day and protest day to vent their anger over the electoral fraud that brought the PMLN to power. He said that Nawaz Sharif was installed through Saudi riyals and U.S. dollars so that he could advance their imperialistic and proxy interests.

“Yazidi takfiri terrorists are being pardoned under the pretext of endless talks with the banned Taliban. The Constitution of Pakistan declared private militia unconstitutional and illegal but PMLN government accords them legitimacy by talks. On the other hand, Shia Muslims were ignored to please Yazidi terrorists and their foreign masters,” he said.

Allama Imami demanded of the Prime Minister that if he wants to act as a responsible Premier he must begin learning the prime responsibility of the top executive position of the country. He advised him to desist from acting as a biased and partial Prime Minister. He urged him to pay heed to the genuine demands of Pakistani nation and order the military to launch an operation to liquidate the terrorists.

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